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Mapped Network Shared drives using variable username & password

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Hi

I want to use DriveMapAdd d: \\servername\$username $password.

What is the best way of doing this?

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DriveMapAdd("D:","\\servername",0,$username,$password) ?

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DriveMapAdd("D:","\\servername",0,$username,$password) ?

Thanks for the reply spammer.

But, I would like to set the username to be the shared folder.

Eg \\servername\%username%

I know this is possible using net use. Just wonder if it is possible using drivemapadd.

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I know this is possible using net use. Just wonder if it is possible using drivemapadd.

Use macro @UserName

DriveMapAdd("D:","\\servername\" & @UserName)


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Ohh, i see, he also needs to provide the username and password for the connection..

If you need to supply alternate credentials for the purpose of mapping the drive, but want the drive to map for the currently logged in user:

$Username = "Username"
$Password = "Password"
DriveMapAdd("D:","\\servername"&@UserName,0,$username,$password)

this will map the drive letter D: to the Currently logged in user, using the Username and Password provided by setting the two variables at the top of the script.

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Use macro @UserName

DriveMapAdd("D:","\\servername\" & @UserName)

Thanks

I'll give it a try.

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Ohh, i see, he also needs to provide the username and password for the connection..

If you need to supply alternate credentials for the purpose of mapping the drive, but want the drive to map for the currently logged in user:

$Username = "Username"
$Password = "Password"
DriveMapAdd("D:","\\servername"&@UserName,0,$username,$password)

this will map the drive letter D: to the Currently logged in user, using the Username and Password provided by setting the two variables at the top of the script.

Thanks again this might work.

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