I have two references to now offline AFP shares on a NAS VM. I can not remove them. I've searched the forums and google and everything I've tried has failed. They are actually causing some issues with Finder and I would very much like to get rid of these annoying things. Here's a transcript of some of the things I've tried- Code: : root# cd /Volumes/ root# ls -al drwxrwxrwt@ 9 root admin 306 Jun 12 00:31 . drwxr-xr-x 32 root wheel 1156 Jun 12 00:31 .. lrwxr-xr-x 1 root admin 1 Jun 11 23:02 Macintosh HD -> / dr-xr-xr-x 2 root wheel 1 Jun 11 23:02 backup dr-xr-xr-x 2 root wheel 1 Jun 11 23:02 docs root# rm -rf docs rm: docs: Operation timed out root# chmod -R 777 docs chmod: Unable to change file mode on docs: Operation timed out root# chflags nouchg docs root#chmod -f +w docs chmod: Unable to change file mode on docs: Operation timed out root# rmdir docs rmdir: docs: Resource busy I'm at a loss. When I run #lsof /Volumes the only process accessing it is Finder....how can I get Finder to release its hold on this mount point? I've even tried to run root#killall Finder && [rmdir/rm/mv] to try and sneak a command in there before Finder restarts but no luck. Any ideas?