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Hi,

I've got 2 Active directory domain, without trust, let's say domain A and domain B.

I've got a service account on domain A, running on Machine A

The service account A must access a share folder on domain B.

How can I map a netuse share, with credential of domain B (another service account in domain B) in the service A session context ?

It must be persistant.

Thanks.
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you need to create a one-way trust between domain a and domain b.

or

create credentials on domain b - in the net use, use
net use z: \\server\share user:/domainb\username /persistent:yes <pwd>

put this into a startup file if you need it persistent across reboots, without prompting for password.
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Finally a used the credentials manager, it works.
but the script is another solution.

Thanks.
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Credentials manager ok
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