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When I run the utility I get the message: "A required .dll file, CALWIN32.DLL, was not found."
The absence of CALWIN32 suggests that you are not running a Novell client, but probably the "Microsoft Client for Netware". The Microsoft client is not fully functional, and most netware aware programs will have problems running with it.

When running WhoHasIt, what specific rights do I need to be able to see what files are open in a directory?
The minimum rights required to check who has a file open is "Console Operator" privledges. Console Operator rights do not grant the user any additional NDS or file system rights, so many companies are happy to grant this access to non administrator users. To clear a connection, however, does require supervisor rights to the server.
To grant Console Privledges in a NW4.x environment, select the server object in NWAdmin and right click details. Add the user/group to the Operators tab. In NW3.x, it's all done in syscon.

WhoHasIt Notice
We've incorporated some enhancements into the latest version which we haven't had a chance to document in the help file as yet. These enhancements enable you to show or hide any of the following buttons : Clear, Close, Send or Disabling logins. To use this feature, you need to create/modify the WhoHasIt.ini file. For a single user, create this file in c:\windows. For a shared install on the server, create the file in the directory containing whohasit.exe

The WhoHasIt.ini file should have the following section in it :
[Options]
EnableLogins=1
EnableClose=1
EnableClear=1
EnableSend=1

If any/all of these lines are present with a '1', or not present then the feature is enabled. If you change the value to a zero, and restart whohasit then the feature is disabled.