Now now Simon, than would be too bl**ding OBVIOUS wouldn't it ! ;-) That's how you would stop sharing for a directory in Windows. If you right click on QDLS (in Ops Nav under File Systems/Integrated File System/) and select Sharing, there are only options to create a New share, or display properties of existing ones. If you look under File Systems/Integrated File System/File Shares and right click on the QDLS file share there, you get only Properties too. Anyway, it worked following the tip from Loyd (he found it in the archive, so a weekend's purgatory in Alice Springs for me then) as follows: ================================= Loyd, In OPSNAV, open File Systems. Below the Integrated File System should be File Shares. Right click File Shares and choose "Open As/400 Net Server". A new window with your file shares should open. Highlight the share in the right window, right click and choose Stop Sharing. Terry ================================= Oh - and thanks for the green screen command line tip. Should have stayed with the command line in the first place ! ;-) ...Neil "Simon Coulter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent by: email@example.com 2002/01/14 19:22 Please respond to midrange-l To: firstname.lastname@example.org cc: Subject: Re: Deleting NetServer File Shares Hello Neil, I just tried this using ONcmd. ADDSMBSHR SHARE(QDLS) TYPE(*FILE) PATH('/QDLS') RMVSMBSHR SHARE(QDLS) and it all worked as expected. If I can do it then OpsNav must also be able to do it. You should be able to right-click on the QDLS share which will bring up a context-sensitive menu and select Stop Sharing which will remove the share definition. Regards, Simon Coulter.
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