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comment Disconnect shared network folder on server side?
No, just disclose the connection session. It is a very interesting topic. By using command "net session ... /delete" as suggested by @ynguldyn, the session can be deleted, but not the mapping. What I wanted to do is close the hanging session so that client use can do the remap again.
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comment Disconnect shared network folder on server side?
I tried this command. It seems that the session can be deleted, but the client side can still run dir command to access to the shared network driver. Not sure this dir command will rebuild the connection again?
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comment XCOPY for only new files not working for Network drive?
I agree with you that it may be the case to cause the problem. From Property view for the files, I can only see date and time up to seconds. No more information after seconds. So xcopy may just pass partial time information to the network drive. Now I find out that with /M option to reset archive flag xcopy works as expected. When source files are updated again, I think the archive flag is reset again. I guess that /M is similar as /D as default. With /D, specified date can be specified.