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#69698 - 2002-09-09 03:17 PM use \\machinename command.
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In NT, from DOS I can do:
net use \\machinename /user:user /password:pas

This gives me access to "machinename" so i can run other commands against it.

I cannot seem to do the following in KIX:
use \\machinename /user:user /password:pas

I know I can just map a drive and get the same effect (i.e: use v: \\machinename.....) but it would be nice to get access without having to use a drive letter.

Any ideas?

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#69699 - 2002-09-09 04:00 PM Re: use \\machinename command.
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Try this one :

use "\\Computer" /user:'Domain\User' /password:Password (note the use of single and double quotes)

Should get you connected to ipc$

hth

Jochen
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#69700 - 2002-09-09 04:04 PM Re: use \\machinename command.
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Ah ,

and a very warm WELCOME to the board [Big Grin]
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