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Aissim, sorry but I should have checked it before I said it was OK
my username is administrator
my password is 123
my servername is server
my shared drive is named "public"
i tried
net use z: \\server\public 123 user:server\administrator /persistent
i get a syntax error

I also tried adding :yes after persistent to no avail

can you help?
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Question by:rmumm2
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Toni Uranjek earned 500 total points
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Hi!

Try this

net use z: \\server\public 123 /user:server\administrator /persistent:yes

Toni
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by:topa101
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\\server\public 123 may need quotes! "\\server\public 123" because there is a space in the string sir.
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