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Network Drive User/Pass How to tell what user/pass

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I have a couple drives attached.  Is there a way to see which username and/or password I used to connect to the network drive?

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Randy
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If you have a drive letter mapped, look in the registry at the key:
HKCU\Network\X\UserName

where X: is the drive letter you are looking for.  

If the value is blank, then no username was specified, and the current user credentials were passed.  I don't know of a way to get the password.
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