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Based on the information you provided, it seems like you are trying to redirect the old file share path to the new Azure file share path without making any changes on the on-premises side. Unfortunately, this is not possible
You can consider this approach, but I haven't personally repro the issue, so you may give a try. One approach you can take is to use Windows Server DFS Namespace. You can create a DFS Namespace with the old share name that points to the Azure NetApp Files SMB volume with the new share name. This way, users can continue to access the old share name without having to make any changes on their end.
Another approach is to use a DNS CNAME record to redirect the old share name to the new Azure file share path. However, this requires changes to be made on the on-premises DNS server.
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