troubleshooting Question

what is "net share A$ /delete /yes"

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I have received a Win2K notebook that was used on a network with the following lines in the "RUN" area of the registry:
"net share A$ /delete /yes"
"net share B$ /delete /yes"
"net share C$ /delete /yes"
"net share D$ /delete /yes"
... and so on all the way up to drive Z.
 
What do these commands represent.  I know it has something to do with creating and deleteing network shares but just curious why so many?
I just cleaned this system from quite a few viruses and just checking to make sure I have it all clean.  The Norton virus software says it is clean now.
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