Map Network Drive - Reconnect at Logon


G

Guest

Hi,

I mapped a drive from one Win2K machine to another with the Reconnect At
Logon option checked. I had given the login credentials of the destination
server using the link "Connect as different user" in the Map Network Drive
Dialog box. When I click on "Finish", I am able to connect to the destination
and see the contents. However, when I log off from the source machine and
then re-login, I get a dialog box saying Incorrect password and prompts me to
enter the password for the destination server again. If I enter the same, I
get connected without any trouble. However, every time I logon, I want to
connect to the destination without being prompted to enter the password.

Any help in this regard is highly appreciated
 
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F

Frankster

Create a local account on the server with the same userID and password.

-Frank
 
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I

ivnogueira

can I connect to the destination without being prompted to enter the
password AND WITHOUT creating this local account on the server ???
(I have to connect as a different user)
thanks in advance.
ivnogueira.

*Create a local account on the server with the same userID and
password.

-Frank


"Shoba" > Hi,
I mapped a drive from one Win2K machine to another with the Reconnect At
Logon option checked. I had given the login credentials of the destination
server using the link "Connect as different user" in the Map Network Drive
Dialog box. When I click on "Finish", I am able to connect to the
destination
and see the contents. However, when I log off from the source machine and
then re-login, I get a dialog box saying Incorrect password and prompts me
to
enter the password for the destination server again. If I enter the same,
I
get connected without any trouble. However, every time I logon, I want to
connect to the destination without being prompted to enter the password.

Any help in this regard is highly appreciated[/vbcol] *
 

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