I asked this same question a while back. From the archives:
<http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200111/msg00011.html>.

Loyd

-----Original Message-----
From: Neil Palmer [mailto:NeilP@DPSlink.com]
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2002 2:56 AM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: Deleting NetServer File Shares


OK, this is one of those questions that at first seems blindingly obvious,
until you try it.
Set up a new system and created a file share on /QDLS - named QDLS
For various reasons (some PC's with CA Express, some with CA for Win95/NT,
etc.), we decided to change the file share to a name of 400FOLDERS
Found out you could not delete the file share on \QDLS once created (PC
had CA Express V4R5, AS/400 was on OS/400 V4R5).
Anyone know how you're supposed to "unshare" QDLS once you've shared it ?

The way I got around it was to end NetServer and put back an older version
of stream file QAZLSSHR (from before when I created the file share on
\QDLS) into /QIBM/UserData/OS400/NetServer and restart NetServer.

...Neil
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