The drive is disconnected, and I'm off the network. How do I unmap the drive?
This seems like it should be a simple procedure, but I'm missing something. My Google-fu is weak today...
I can't test this here as I'm not on a network, but I think it's a case of doing this:
I think it's something like that but as I say, I can't test it here.
On the command line, try:
This shows all currently mapped drives. If the one you're looking for is in the list, you can use:
where X: is the drive you're trying to remove. But if the drive has been removed, there may be no such drive letter shown. In that case, just type the Remote identifier for the mapping: