Windows Explorer NAS folder refresh problem.

Hi,

I am having a problem with my explorer in Windows 10.

I am shifting data from one NAS to another and moving stuff from one
shared folder to another.

Now on my original NAS drive if i do the command:

net view \\192.168.0.24

Shared resources at \\192.168.0.24

NAS3

Share name               Type  Used as  Comment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Folder1                  Disk          
Folder2                  Disk

etc.

Once I am moving the data I go into the NAS interface and delete the shared folder.
ie. Folder1 and Folder2.

The problem is though when I refresh explorer I still see the folders there.

I am looking for a way of doing this without having to reboot or log out to fix.

Thanks,

Ward.
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