Applies To: Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8

You can use Umount to remove Network File System (NFS)–mounted drives.


Umount [-f] [{-a | DriveLetter:[...] | NetworkMount[...]}]


The Umount command-line utility disconnects the specified NFS-mounted drive. You must supply at least one of the following options or arguments.

  • -f
    Forces deletion of Network File System (NFS) network drives.

  • -a
    Deletes all NFS network drives. If there are active connections, Umount prompts you for confirmation unless you also use the -f option.

  • DriveLetter
    The letter of the logical drive to be disconnected.

  • NetworkMount
    The network mount point to be disconnected. This mount must have been created using the net use Windows command-line utility without specifying a drive letter.

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