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Hello Experts,
I need to call the batch which is on server (\\TestServer01\shared path\batch.bat). But to access to shared path requires credential.
Don't know how I can do this.. Here is piece of code I am using. How can I pass credentials so that I could execute the batch file on server.

pushd \\TestServer01\Shared Path
set Mnemonic=%1
call PennyFW.bat %Mnemonic% 
popd

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by:oBdA
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Try this:
net use \\TestServer01\IPC$ "SomePasswordSurroundedByQuotes" /user:[SomeDomain\]SomeUser
pushd \\TestServer01\Shared Path
set Mnemonic=%1
call PennyFW.bat %Mnemonic%
popd
net use \\TestServer01\IPC$ /delete

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by:sonawanekiran
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Thanks oBDa. Batch file is calling but getting couple of errors

1) C:\Data\FileWatcher\ThirdParty>net use \\TestServer01\IPC$ "mypass" /user:tkp\myuser

System error 1219 has occurred.

Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more
 than one user name, are not allowed. Disconnect all previous connections to the
 server or shared resource and try again..

2)
C:\Data\FileWatcher\ThirdParty>net use \\TestServer01\IPC$ /delete
The network connection could not be found.
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1) In your session, you already have a network mapping to that server, probably with your current user. In a command prompt, enter "net use" to see all open connections.
Either delete all other connections to that server, or use the server's IP address instead of the name in the script.
2) Can be ignored; because the connection couldn't be established, it can't be deleted. In this version, errors deleting the connection will be suppressed:
net use \\1.2.3.4\IPC$ "SomePasswordSurroundedByQuotes" /user:[SomeDomain\]SomeUser
pushd \\TestServer01\Shared Path
set Mnemonic=%1
call PennyFW.bat %Mnemonic%
popd
net use \\TestServer01\IPC$ /delete >NUL 2>&1

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by:Qlemo
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You'll need to replace all occurances of TestServer01 above by its IP, of course, not only the first one.
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by:oBdA
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That's true.
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by:sonawanekiran
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Thank you all
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