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vrf Network Folder Windows Login

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 28, 2007
"DUMAIS,JOHN (A-Sonoma,ex1) <john_dumais2@agilent.com> wrote:
> You can mount a network drive share using a command like:
>

>
> net use w:

>

>
> If you use an execute program object running a command like cmd /c
> line_from_above > file_to_to_store_results, you could read the file
> where you stored the results to see if it worked.
>

once you have command line up ( execute program ) you have lots of other options also:

net use   will list the open shares so you can use this to see
          if you need to do the mount in the first place

net use \computer.domain.namedirectory /user:domainlogin password
          will access the share without having to mess
          with drive letters

and so on

regards

Stan


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