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Disconnecting mass mapping in Win95/98

By vallery ·
I've wrote a batch file to disconnect mapping on Win 95 / 98

Command as :-
net use * /delete

I've found out that the above command only works on NT but not Win 95 / 98. What is wrong with the command?

Would appreciate if anyone could solve the above problem for me.

There are too many drive mapped in different PC with different drivename, therefore it is not possible to indicate which drive name to delete.

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This command is correctly. If you type in dos prompt command for change to network drive, you find "Invalid drive". You can see in Explorer, then this drive is status "Disconecting", but you click to drive, connect is remaping automatically. You canuse Explorer for disconnect from network drive.

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by vallery In reply to Disconnecting mass mappin ...

It will be very troublesome for me to go to every individual PCs to disconnect it.

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by douglas168 In reply to Disconnecting mass mappin ...

The command is correct. Try again.

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by vallery In reply to Disconnecting mass mappin ...
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by SyscoKid In reply to Disconnecting mass mappin ...

Try net use * /delete /yes instead. Running net use * \delete will prompt for user input that never comes, thus it appears the command didn't work.

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by vallery In reply to Disconnecting mass mappin ...

Try this before, but it's not working.

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by ryank In reply to Disconnecting mass mappin ...

The regestry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Network contains all the network mappings that are static for Win9x. You can run a batch file to entirely delete the sub-tree and replace it with an empty one. Use the start command to remove the originals and then again to add them back.

To remove put a - in front of the registry line you want to remove in the merge. And to add do the same thing without the -.

You should be able to supress any output with command line options.

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