A domain administrator within my organization has established a connection to our domain controller using the \\server\c$ connection that he has mapped using the domain admin administrator username and password.
How can I clear this connection on the Windows 10 computer so that this C$ server admin share connection will no longer be accessible?
If the \\server\c$ connection is typed within the run dialog box or within Windows Explorer on this Windows 10 computer the connection is automatically established and there is no prompt for typing in the domain administrator username and password.
I have already looked at the Windows credential manager but I don't see this connection listed. I have also typed the net use "\\server\c$" /d /y from an elevated command prompt on this Windows 10 computer and have also gone into Shared Folders\Sessions list within Computer Management on this Server 2016 server and have ended the connection but the user on the Windows 10 computer is still able to reconnect to this network share.
How can this connection be terminated without having to reboot this Windows 10 computer?