troubleshooting Question

Passing credentials through NET USE without hard coding the password?

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Windows Server 2008* RobocopyWindows BatchWindows OS
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What I am trying to do is setup a scheduled job that copies files from a server not joined to the corporate domain to a server that is in the domain.
I am using robocopy.

It would be very easy to do:

net use \\IP\c$ /user:myuser mypassword

robocopy C:\mydir "\\IP\c$\copydir" /copyall

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But I do not want to leave the password to this account hardcoded in a .bat file. Is there a more secure way I can store and pass credentials to the domain computer?
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