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Terminating a TCP session


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I have a shared folder on my machine with read access for everyone. I accessed it from machine A earlier today. When I was done I closed the window, but the machines kept the tcp session connected for 2 hours. When I went back to work on another problem, machine A would not let me access that drive correctly. I could see everything perfectly fine, but could not edit a file, copy to the desktop, or anything. I could not map the drive b/c the drive was already in use and I need to terminate the session. How would you terminate that session to my machine from a remote location? I saw a connection using netstat so I know it's there. I do not want to walk back to my machine then walk back to machine A. Any ideas on a dos command or anything to kill one session. I'm just looking for a quick, simple way to kill one session. Thanks.

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