Hot to batch script "net share <fn> /delete" to skip yes/no query

I want to unshare a network drive using "net share <fn> /delete", but if files are in use, the utility queries the user "others are using this share, do you really want to..." etc. I want to script an unconditional unshare, to run in a batch file. I tried /y after the command, but this did not do it.
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Andrej PirmanCommented:
NET SHARE sharename /D /y
This actually works.

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HilltownHealthCenterAuthor Commented:
Yes, it worked for me. I don't know why if failed on my first experiment.
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