TSQL- How to export data to a folder on the network requiring logon credentials

Hello, I am using an 'SQLCMD' to export data to a particular folder located on path over a VPN and the folder requires a logon. How can I include the folder login in the SQL command?
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
You cannot (well, under most circumstances, the rest would imho be security issue). You need to impersonate the cmd.exe already with the correct credentials. Or you need to map the network drive using NET USE with that credentials.

Depending on your concrete problem: Use SQLCMD and export your data to a local drive. Then use NET USE to map your destination drive. Move your file. Optionally remove the mapped drive.
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