net use as another user

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Net Use Command (Examples, Options, Switches, and More)

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 ·  · You can choose to enter the password during the execution of the net use command by typing * …[browser-shot url=”https://www.lifewire.com/net-use-command-2618096″ width=”600″ height=”450″]

windows – Use "net use" command using the account other …

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 · Add the local non-admin users into the admin group on the remote server (less desirable) You might be able to grant the local user explicit permissions on the remote C$ share but I’ve never tried that. Provide alternate credentials for the net use command. net use \xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx\c$ MySecurePassw0rd /user:RemoteComputerName\RemoteUser. net use /?[browser-shot url=”https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8607164/use-net-use-command-using-the-account-other-than-administrator” width=”600″ height=”450″]

Net use | Microsoft Docs

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 · /user. Specifies a different user name with which the connection is made. <DomainName> Specifies another domain. If you omit DomainName, net use uses the current logged on domain. <UserName> Specifies the user name with which to log on. <DottedDomainName> Specifies the fully qualified domain name for the domain where the user account exists. /savecred[browser-shot url=”https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/it-pro/windows-server-2012-R2-and-2012/gg651155(v=ws.11)” width=”600″ height=”450″]

How to Connect to a Windows Share with a Different User …

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 · In order to change a user that is logged into a network folder, you need to use the net use command. The first thing that you do is disconnect from the share, which is done with the following command: net use \\share /d. This deletes the share being accessed by your computer.[browser-shot url=”https://www.cyprich.com/blog/2011/04/07/how-to-connect-to-a-windows-share-with-a-different-user/” width=”600″ height=”450″]

How do pass user credentials with net use command …

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 · I have also tried the net use /savecred(entials). My batch file is posted below, I can get it to all work except when i try to push along the password. … net use x: \\server\fileshare /user …[browser-shot url=”https://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/how-do-pass-user-credentials-with-net-use-command/” width=”600″ height=”450″]

[SOLVED] Access Network Folder using Different User …

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 · you could also open a command window und use the Net use command net use \\server\share <<password>> /USER:<<\\LOGONSRV\USERNAME>> This connects to the share with the provided User credentials. Then you can open the share in explorer or anywhere else. or checkout "net use" syntax in cmd.exe -> "net use /?"[browser-shot url=”https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/241002-access-network-folder-using-different-user-credential” width=”600″ height=”450″]

Map Network Drive cmd (batch file) – net use user password

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Open again the command prompt with “Run as administrator”. Edit the command below with you username password. Copy-paste into CMD and click Enter: net use T: \\networkShare\Test /u:domainname\username password. Tip! Use “*” instead of the letter so in this way the system will use automatically an unused drive letter.[browser-shot url=”https://www.get-itsolutions.com/map-network-drive-cmd-batch-file-net-use-user-password/” width=”600″ height=”450″]

Mapping a persistent drive under a different user

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 · Mapping a drive using net use or explorer under alternate credentials does not allow multiple mappings to the same share under different credentials. However, when running PS in the context of my admin account, I can map to the same location as that user – …[browser-shot url=”https://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/5af5ab6b-d6a0-4747-aea3-29f8bc033b57/mapping-a-persistent-drive-under-a-different-user” width=”600″ height=”450″]

powershell – Robocopy as another user – Stack Overflow

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 · So you probably need to connect to the servers using the appropriate credentials before you issue the robocopy command. You can use net use to do this. net use X: ‘\\Source\E$\Location’ /user:MYDOMAIN\USER THEPASSWORD net use Y: ‘\\Destination\Location Here’ /user:MYDOMAIN\USER THEPASSWORD net use X: /d net use Y: /d.[browser-shot url=”https://stackoverflow.com/questions/51960100/robocopy-as-another-user” width=”600″ height=”450″]