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To delete a drive mapping toward a network location, right-click (or press-and-hold) on it and select Disconnect. To remove a drive mapping towards a network folder or FTP site, right-click (or press-and-hold) on it and select Delete. The deleted mapped drives then stop showing.
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I have a number of (disconnected) mapped drives that i used on an old NAS that I want to remove. I have tried right clicking -> disconnect and
Right-click on the drive, select disconnect -> This network connection does not exist. There is no delete option on the context menu. In elevated command prompt: net use z: /delete -> The network connection could not be found. More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2250. net use z: \\share-computer -> System error 85 has occurred.
Hit Enter. Then open Task Manager (on details for Windows 8+) right click explorer and kill it, then go to file, run, and type explorer (hit Enter) to restart it. Your dead network drives should vanish under My/This computer. Share.
When in a terminal session and you try and save an Excel document to a disconnected drive, it just wont save. No error message, just the file isn't there when you go to look for it. When in a terminal session and you try and save a PDF it tells you the disk is full. Save to a non-disconnected drive and then copy to the disconnected drive and it works.
Open a command prompt by going to Start>Run>CMD>enter>.
Use these steps to delete a mapped network drive using File Explorer: Open File Explorer. Click on This PC from the left pane. Under the “Network locations” section, right-click the mapped drive and select the Disconnect option. Disconnect mapped network drive using File Explorer.
08 Sep 2018 #2. You could try net use /delete Z: or net use \\computername\sharename /delete. Note the network drives are in the context of the user so you need administrator cmd prompt for administrator ones and normal user cmd prompt for normal user ones.
Alternatively, you can use the Task Scheduler to create a task to reconnect the mapped network drive during login with these steps: Open File Explorer . Browse to the following location:
To Disable Could Not Reconnect All Network Drives Notification in Windows 10, Open the Registry Editor app. Go to the following Registry key. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\NetworkProvider. See how to go to a Registry key with one click.