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Can not remove some network drives... (winxp sp2)

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On one workstation network drives are showing on 'My Computer' under Other as 'C on IBMR40', 'D on IBMR40', and 'Z on IBMR40' and listed as System Folder under Details.

If I go to Tools and then Disconnect Network Drive, they are listed as \\TSCLIENT\C, \\TSCLIENT\D, and \\TSCLIENT\Z.  I can then disconnect all of them and receive the message there are no more drives to disconnect if I go to Disconnect Network Drive again, but they still appear on the 'My Computer' screen and are still accessible if I click on any of them.

-- Right clicking only gives me the option to Open, Explore, Create Shortcut.
-- I have administrator rights! WinXP SP2

Any idea how I can delete these????  Please let me know if you need anymore information.
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I think you would need to remove access in AD (which sadly, I don't have any experience, yet, administering.)
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These computers are not in a Domain, just a work group.  The only thing I can think is that something happened when this computer was updated to SP2.  (which wasn't until a week ago because of some software that was installed on it)
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Wow... Was I ever having a blonde moment... I was using Remote Desktop and had it checked to share my local drives...  DELETE THIS QUESTION... I was an idiot Ha-ha!!!
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try the net use command

net use  * /delete /y

type that in command prompt

start menu/run/cmd.exe

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nevermind just read that last post
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Gotta love cerebral flatulence
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lol
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