I want to be able to go to "Run" and type in a UNC path then have it prompt me for credentials (assuming credentials aren't already saved. I know that I can just map and disconnect network drives to accomplish this, but I want this to be able to be a quick operation as needed. I tried a batch file with:
runas /user:USER explorer.exe
which got me to an explorer window where I could type in a UNC path. It was working for a few minutes and now is no longer workiing.
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