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Posted on 2006-12-02
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hi experts

when I browse through netwrok using unc usually the remote shared resource will check for the user and password
if I entered a valide user name and password it will be accepted and when I connect again it will use the same user and pass but is it possible to force the usage of a different user and pass like the run as used for applications
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Where does Windows XP store usernames and passwords for mapped drives and network folders?

How To Manage Stored User Names and Passwords on a Computer That Is Not in a Domain in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306541/
How to manage stored user names and passwords on a computer in a domain in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306992/EN-US/
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