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NET USE I WANT TO MAP A NETWORK SHARE WITH N USERNAME AND PASSWORD

By JacoT ·
PLEASE HELP ME WRITE THIS CORRECT.I WANT TO MAP A NETWORK SHARE WITH N USERNAME AND PASSWORD

Map a network share with usernamme and password.

Username: Administrator
Password: P@C$
server: RIS
share: Dication

NET USE [devicename:] \\Computername\sharename [\volume] [password : *] [/user: [domainname\]username] [/persistant:yes]

START / WAIT NET USE [X:] \\RIS\Dictation [\C:] [PASSWORD:P@C$] [/USER:Administrator] [persistant:Yes]

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Don't enter the brackets

by TobiF In reply to NET USE I WANT TO MAP A N ...

The brackets [] are used to show <i>optional</i> arguments, that may be included, but may also not be included.

Sometimes, you may see the a vertical pipe used, with the meaning of "Exclusive or": [1|2|3] mean that you <i>may</i> (thanks to the brackets) enter <i>either one</i> (due to the pipes) of the three values.

So, something like
net use x: \\RIS\Dictation P@C$ /user:Administrator

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