I'm using Windows Server 2019 but other versions are probably the same.
Our product runs on dedicated servers and uses a NullSessionShare (please don't worry about security there).
In order for the NullSessionsShares registry setting to take effect you have to reboot the server. I am trying to avoid that.
I assumed I could restart a service to make changes to NullSessionShares take effect so that a reboot is not required, but its not happening. So far I've tried
- Network connections
I also tried
Is there a specific service, or other command I can issue that will make the configuration change to NullSessionShares take effect without a reboot ?