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One does not "eject" network dives.  Network drives are NT Shares and the data is not cached like removable drives.


The NT Share is a "Mapped Drive" ( a drive letter assigned to a NT Share via a Universal Naming Convention ( UNC ) such as;  \\MyComputer\MyShare )


In this situation, if you want to stop accessing the drive associated to a Network Share, you choose "Disconnect Network Drive" and the drive letter will no longer be associated to the Network Share.  That is until the drive is mapped to a drive letter again.

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