| 1.Open a cmd window|
2.Type net use /d \\myserver\mysharename
This will clear things, including cached authentication, to that share. The next time you try to connect to that share you should be able to use your proper authentication.
1.To the left you will see Manage your credentials. From that select the share name and remove
Once the above is done, delete using net use
2.Start > Run > cmd > net use * /DELETE
I tested in Windows 7 SP1 64 Bits, 100% WORK
After run the command, you need to go to task manager delete the explorer.exe , then reopen the application again.
To open the application, go to RUN, enter explorer.exe
Now you are fully clear the connection information in the session.