Access the network folder under one user at the same time with multiple PC's?

Good day! I am an aspiring system administrator. The network consists of 30 PCs 1 server with Win Server 2008 r2, 26 machines with Win 7, Win XP balance. Problem: simultaneous access to network share(folders) with groups of PC under one account. Is it possible this without using AD?
October 3rd 19 at 01:19
5 answers
October 3rd 19 at 01:21
Solution
Windows 7
Control panel\All control panel items\credential Manager
add windows credentials

The server address
login server\user
password
With the specified username and password, the user will access the server

in XP
Control panel - user accounts - advanced tab - Passwords and passports .NET - password Management

The server address
login server\user
password
With the specified username and password, the user will access the server
is it possible using vbs or pShel machine to add the data? - Amiya34 commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:24
October 3rd 19 at 01:23
It is possible to connect this globe under the name of one account on all computers.
Let's say myuser with the password mypassword the user account on the server.
Then you can either via the console net use z: \\sharename\share /user:myuser mypassword
Either via my computer -> tools -> map network drive -> under a different name -> enter myuser mypassword
I tried to use your last option, but were given the message that "this user is already connected, go to the forest", but a way from Gordim helped, but I do wonder, what are the differences in these ways!!? essentially doing the same thing... - Amiya34 commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:26
October 3rd 19 at 01:25
yeah, maybe, but there is one nuance which can float on WinXP.
If you connect the server will say that multiple connections are forbidden, try the following:
in the hosts file, write the alias on your server and connect to the folder via the alias.
For example, your server SERVER.
in hosts add the line:
xxx.xxx.xxx.server xxx-pc#

where
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - ip address of your server
server-pc# - an alias can be called whatever you wish

then just mapim drive using the alias:
net use Z: \\server-pc#\share %p@S$w0Rd% /USER:%domain name%\%username%
October 3rd 19 at 01:27
Thank you, ucams =) But there is another issue that is not saved the password for a network drive, each time after the restart requires to enter it again, and if you go through the network name in Explorer then all at once comes). What's the catch....!??!
make a batch file. it net use Z: /DELETE net use Z: \\server-pc#\share %p@S$w0Rd% /USER:%domain name%\%username% add it in startup (policies, hands, whatever) rejoice - Amiya34 commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:30
code from 2 lines, transfers cut - Dannie_Cart commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:33
Thanks, it certainly is not comme Il faut, but what to do=) Then try to go to the network location.. - kareem commented on October 3rd 19 at 01:36
October 3rd 19 at 01:29
Or stop using network drives?))

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