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Disconnect Network Connections

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The Disconnect Network Connections dialog displays all current network connections. To disconnect from a computer or domain, highlight the computer or domain (use Ctrl+click to select multiple connections), and then click Disconnect. The Refresh button refreshes the window view with the current network connections.

The following options are disabled by default:

  • Show Machines Connections: Displays any machines' connections.

  • Show Disconnected Connections: Displays any current disconnected connections.

When you are finished with the dialog, click Close to close the window.

The Disconnect Network Connections dialog window presents the following columns of information to the user.

Column Information
Status Displays current status of the network connection.
Local Displays the local drive letter associated with a local drive connection. Displays None for non-local drive connections.
Remote Displays the UNC name of the connection. For example, \\machinename\IPC$, \\machine\home, or \\machine\Admin$.
User ID Displays the User ID that is authenticated to this connection. For example, mydomain\administrator.
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