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Creating a batch file to map a drive from one domain to another

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I am trying to create a batch file to map a network drive from one domain to another. I thought the following might work but I seem to be missing something.

net use j :/delete
net use j :\\server name\share /USER: domain name \username password

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Hi ELGowen,

try putting the password before the /user parameter and watch those spaces on your lines:

net use j: /delete
net use j: "\\servername\share" password /user:domainname\username

Hope that helps,
Frank
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