Re: Deleting or Removing Network Shares on Vista
That was the first place i went to and it didn't clear. I had to reset
explorer from scratch. Hope it works if needed next time...
Thanks for input on the issue!
"Joe Guidera" wrote:
> Not sure that I understand, but at least historically if you're referring to
> the URL history shown in explorer address bar you could use the start menu
> settings (or in this case the IE explorer settings to clear the MRU list and
> history list).
> "SpaceSpartan" <SpaceSpartan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Thanks for your thought Joe, I am actually reffering to the history in the
> > address bar as well as the share itself. I wanted to know if there is a
> > way
> > we can delete the reference or path of the share itself so that it does
> > not
> > actually show up on the address bar or indeed in the explorer plane under
> > network, that is, when network is clicked.
> > I know there is third party software that can do this but I'm not
> > convinced
> > that it can not be done internally as yet...
> > "Joe Guidera" wrote:
> >> Open the network and sharing settings then click on "show me the files
> >> and
> >> folders I am sharing" You should then be able to RIGHT click on a folder
> >> you are sharing and unshare it.
> >> J
> >> "SpaceSpartan" <SpaceSpartan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:F81A4006-087F-40B4-9C7B-D3E8428B4F3D@microsoft.com...
> >> > Any Ideas on how to remove or delete unsused network shares on vista?