Where should I put IT Share?

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December 21, 2011 at 18:12:32
Specs: Window XP Professional SP 3, Intel ® Pentium ® 4 CPU 2.66 GHz
Dear All,

NAS, File Server, Portable HDD, IT computer?
Purpose - When I want to copy the data (program and file) inside IT Share I need to log in using our own IT log in
information when we want to do something on client user computers. But after we finish and close everything I try to go
to IT Share folder again, no need password. I don't want to restart the computer because of the log in validation issue.
What I want is every time we access from client side IT share, I want everytime need to key in ID and password. Is anyone
have a good idea?

Best Regards,

Horace


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#1
December 22, 2011 at 04:37:54
If you disconnect the share after you have finished with it then it should prompt for credentials next time you want to connect to it.

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#2
December 22, 2011 at 11:41:37
"I don't want to restart the computer because of the log in validation issue.
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I need to log in using our own IT log in"

So you are asking that the system, under your it logon, map access to the it share but then you don't want to logoff and use a different account. But you don't want the share available to you under the it logon?

How does that make any sense? Permissions follow your IT user account. You would not want computer users using your privledged it account. Their account wouldn't have permission to the IT share.

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#3
December 22, 2011 at 12:44:30
You can connect to a share using credentials other than the current log on (which is what I assume the OP is doing). Usful if you have to do something on a computer without logging the current user off.

But if you already have a connection to the server you cannot use different credentials (if I remember correctly), so locate the IT share on a server that isn't used for normal user shares.


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