unless you can contact who runs the server, it's up to them. Otherwise wait a day and maybe it will reset itself, not the server, but the "share".
I have a Lenovo Ideapad 510 with Windows 10. I was mounted to a volume on a network drive when my computer crashed, it rebooted and I tried to mount it again and this dialogue box popped up:
WARNING: The host file/device is already in use!
Ignoring this can cause undesired results including system instability.
All applications that might be using the host file/device (for example, antivirus or backup applications) should be closed before mounting the volume.
I believe I am now unable to mount because it did not dismount properly when it crashed.
I have tried a full PC reboot as I understand Widnows 10 fastboots.
I've also tried disabling Windows Defender.
I am only able to locate the volume when I'm logged in as I said it's on a network drive, so locating the drive via disk mgmt is out of the question because it's not local.
I can still access the network drive and my other volumes on VeraCrypt, but not this one that was open when my notebook crashed.
The last time I backed the volume up was 2 months ago and I'm afraid I've lost the last 2 months of work - lesson learned.
Is anybody able to help me please?