How do I connect to a shared network with a different user?
You can also specify different credentials using the Windows Explorer GUI. From the Tools menu select Map network drive…. On the Map Network Drive dialog window there is a checkbox for “Connect using different credentials”. Note: If you do not see the menu bar in Windows Explorer, press the ALT key to make it appear.
How do I log into different credentials?
The are two options available.
- Option 1 – Open the browser as a different user:
- Hold ‘Shift’ and right-click on your browser icon on the Desktop/Windows Start Menu.
- Select ‘Run as different user’.
- Enter the login credentials of the user you wish to use.
How do I change access to a shared folder?
Open Windows Explorer
Double click the S drive (data) and navigate to the folder in which you wish to either lock down or enable access. If there is a tick in the Share this folder box, then click the permissions, and check the correct permissions are assigned and click OK twice.
How do I open a folder in another user?
Run Windows Explorer as Another User
- When logged in as a normal, non-privileged user, navigate to your system folder, usually C:WINNT.
- Shift-right-click on explorer.exe.
- Select “Run As” and provide the credentials for the local admin account.
How do I run a program as a different user?
To Run a program as a different user, simply press the Shift key and right-click on the shortcut or executable you wish to Run as different user. From the right-click context menu, select Run as different user.
How do I map a network drive with my username and password?
- Right click ‘My Computer’ -> ‘Disconnect Network Drive’.
- Select your network drive, and disconnect it.
- Right click ‘My Computer’ -> ‘Map Network Drive’.
- Enter the path, and click ‘Connect using a different username and password’
- Input the appropriate username and password.
How do I find the username and password of a shared folder?
The list of shared folders for all computers on the network appears in the window. Just open the icon of the folder you want to use. As in Windows Vista, you may be prompted to provide login information to access the shared folder. Type your username and password to get proper access to the folder.
Why can’t I map a network drive?
When getting this specific error trying to map a network drive, it means that there is already another drive mapped to the same server using a different username. … If changing the user to wpkgclient does not resolve the issue, try setting it to some of the other users to see if that resolves the issue.
How do I login as a different user in Linux?
To change to a different user and create a session as if the other user had logged in from a command prompt, type “su -” followed by a space and the target user’s username. Type the target user’s password when prompted.
How do I log into Windows as a different user?
First, simultaneously press the CTRL + ALT + Delete keys on your keyboard. A new screen is shown, with a few options right in the center. Click or tap “Switch user,” and you are taken to the login screen. Choose the user account that you want to use and enter the appropriate login information.
How do you force prompt for credentials when accessing a shared folder?
You should be able to access and then delete cached credentials when you’re done.
- Navigate to the share (\serversharename)
- At the command prompt, type: “net use \serveradmin$” which will prompt for credentials.
- Type the UNC to get to your share.
- Once you’re done, type: “net use \serveradmin$ /delete”