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batch login

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Hello,

I am trying to get a batch file to login to a network drive with a special username / password.

This is what I have

echo y | net use g: /delete
net use g: \\rtb2003\apps
net user scc
net password ****

it isnt working for some reason. Any help would be great.

Thanks
Matt
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net use w: \\myserver\fileshare /user:MyID MyPassword
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Try:
echo y | net use g: /delete
net use g: \\rtb2003\apps  ****  /user:scc
 
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by:MattBamm
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Thanks
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Thank you for the points, Matt
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