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Shared Netowrk Folders in Windows

Posted on 2014-10-31
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Hello,

When I go into My Computer in Windows, there is a list of all my shared folders. Usually just the (S:) drive is visible and is what I prefer. How do I hide the other drives? Attached you will see what is displayed.
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Question by:carlosab
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Are the others useless ?
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by:carlosab
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I should been more specific. All of the others function. It is as though someone went and individually mapped the same folder to every available drive letter. Obviously, that didn't happen though. Virus?
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Please try to deleted old map drive using

Command : NET USE * /DEL  

Command: NET USE * /DEL  /Y  (without conformation)
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by:carlosab
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i restarted the machine and all of the superfluous mapped drives are gone. Thanks.
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