Sharing any folder in the network is one of the best ways for sharing files with other users on Windows 10 devices, in the place of having to email files or using a USB flash drive. Sometimes, users need to stop sharing folders and files no matter whatever the reason may be. Below we provide two simple ways to easily stop files and folders from using Command Prompt and Computer Management methods are discussed below. In this blog, we will guide you through a stepwise guide to stop sharing a network folder on Windows 10 are mentioned below. The steps are discussed below.
Steps to Unshare a Network Folder Using Computer Management on Windows 10
In order to unshare a network folder on Windows 10 using the Computer Management option, one may need to follow the steps in the same manner as mentioned below. Here how to do it:
However, one can stop sharing a folder within the exact location of that particular folder, this article utilizes the Computer Management experience option, as this option will allow users to see and stops all those shares from one location.
Steps to Unshare a Network Folder Using Command Prompt on Windows 10
To unshare or stop a network folder, try using Command Prompt. As this method will help you in stop sharing folders and files. The steps are quite simple and easy, which are as follows:
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