What files are you trying to replace (System Files, Application Files) ?
Generally if a file is locked then something (OS, App) is using it and therefore you would not be able to overwrite.
Additionally what user are using to do the file deploy as.
can you provide copies of the appserver log as well as the agent log
we are trying to replace some application files from the anti-virus program. You are right: the are in use, but I thought if I use this specific options, that will work ...
can you stop the service, deploy the files, and restart the service? You could use an external command to do it (a late response...but I just ran across it)
yes, I can do it but then I don't need these specific options --> I do it manually !!!!
I'm not sure i understand - you can automate the service stop/start. if the files are locked you are going to have to reboot the box or restart the service for it to see the new versions of the files - that's a limitation on the windows side.