I had an issue about the disconnected mount point which mapped to PFO file before. (PFMAP v126.96.36.199)
Now, I doesn’t have any PFO mounted but the mapped network drive (A) still in my windows explorer (restarted doesn’t help, but another user account no issue)
I used “Process Monitor” to check the explorer activities, I found that it is looking for \\;LanmanRedirector\;A:00000000000003e7\127.0.0.1\i5gZ5D$\
Could you give me some tips to remove that mapped network drive?
I think you may have installed some other user-mode file system application or kit on the system, something that is based serving a CIFS/SMB volume from user mode to the in-kernel Windows file sharing client.