I'm assuming you're referring to the dropdown list in the Add Network Place Wizard. That's stored in the Registry,...
in the following key, in what's known as an MRU (Most Recently Used) list:
It would be pretty easy to create a logon script or a GPO that would erase the items in this list at logon. If you created the share through this wizard and then wanted to remove it later, that could be done by simply editing the Registry once and getting rid of the entries in the above key.
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