2012-08-03 04:22 AM
I guess for that you can use option stop sharing from windows host which is used for managing filer/cifs shares, which will terminate all the active sessions.
2012-08-03 10:53 AM
you cannot terminate cifs for a particular share or at volume level but you can terminate the access to a particular workstation using the command "cifs terminate <workstation>", that terminates the access to the share from that workstation.
2012-08-03 12:20 PM
go to computer management connect to your vfiler..
expand shared folders --> Shares --> on the right pane you will be seeing all the share names, you can right click on any share and stop.
( from command line.. its better you go to vfiler first and see how many active sessions are there and send out notification before you stop. )
2012-08-31 11:24 AM
KB ID: 1011064 Version: 2.0 Published date: 12/03/2010
Categories: Troubleshooting, Administration, Data ONTAP 7G
Maybe there is an update to this KB.