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Reentering login info to browse network.

Posted on 2006-10-27
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Hi,

I have a SBS 2003 domain managing about 30 computers. Most of the users login to the domain normally, on  5 computers I only entered the login name and password (and chose the "save" option) when prompted to so they could browse the network. The problem is that I used the same account on all machines, so now I need to differentiate betwen logins so I can assign different permissions on a shared folder, but since all of this 5 compuets have the same account I cant do this. So my question is how can I reenter the account info? this time using a different account for each computer. I need to do this without having to erase the account all computers use to browse the network.
(I need for the enter loging information dialog box to appear again when I try to browse the network, this way I can reenter the account info).  Thanks in advance,

Leandro Kaegi.
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login to 1 of the 5 boxes and click Start->Run->type.."control keymgr.dll" (no quotes) .. add/delete credentials
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forgot to say do this to all 5 boxes
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Thank You for youre help crawfordits, thats exactly what I needed. LK.
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