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NET USE with password is not working in Windows XP Professional

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Hi experts,

I'm writing a batch to connect to a shared resource from a XP, this resource is shared to an specific user so I have to use NET USE like:

C:\>net use q: \\fileserver\sharedreoruces password /USER:userwithaccess

The problem that it's returning this error:

"System error 1219 has occurred."

"Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more
 than one user name, are not allowed. Disconnect all previous connections to the
 server or shared resource and try again.."

It's strange, and seems to be a windows security configuration.

Any suggestion?

Thanks in advance

Carlos V.
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The problem is that you already have an SMB session to the server in question.  As the message says, Windows cannot manage two different identities to connect to the same server (or domain).    To be able to connect you must either:
 - disconnect (>NET USE X: /DEL) any other network drives mapped to the same server, *or*
 - give your own userid rights to access this share

The thing I am not completely sure about is what other resources (other than mapped drives) could be keeping connections open to the server.  If the server is also your domain controller, you may not be able to use another userid even after un-mapping all network drives.
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by:CARLOSVILLACRIZ
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Hi Carlo,

Your're right I just removed the other shared resource form the same server and it' working ok now. At first when I was reading some forums I thought it was necessary to remove all the mapped resources, so I discarded this option because the user needs to map resources from other servers...

Thanks a lot,

Carlos V.
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