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problem disconnecting / replacing a networkdrive on windows 2003 server

Posted on 2011-03-01
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I want to replace the N drive to map it to the same location but with other credentials.

The mapping is shown in windows explorer as a “disconnected network drive

When I run “net use” i get this .

“New connections will be remembered.
There are no entries in the list.”

When I try to remove the existing N-drive I get this:

“The network connection could not be found”

But I cannot use the N-drive to map using another nt –account.

OS : windows 2003 server
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Question by:itbabe
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by:wparrott
ID: 35007616
Hi.

Try this:

NET USE N: /DELETE

followed by:

NET USE N: \\ComputerName\ShareName [password | *]
[/USER:[domainname\]username]

For example:
NET USE N: \\Server1\MyShare password | mysecretpassword /USER: mydomain\JohnSmith

HTH,

-W
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itbabe earned 0 total points
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NET USE N: /DELETE
didn't work

a reboot allowed me to get the N-drive disconnected and replace it by another one
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by:wparrott
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Was it possible that the drive mapping was in use by an application at the time? Since the reboot allowed you to clear the mapping, that would be my guess.

-W
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by:itbabe
ID: 35015723
That is possible.
Thanks for the assistance any way.
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by:itbabe
ID: 35067723
This was the sollution for my problem.
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