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- You have a Windows-based computer that is running Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Vista.
- There are two network shares on a remote server.
- You use user credentials to connect to one of the network shares. Then, you try to use different user credentials to connect to the other network share.
Method 1Use the IP address of the remote server when you try to connect to the network share.
Method 2Create a different Domain Name System (DNS) alias for the remote server, and then use this alias to connect to the network share.
After you use one of these methods, you can use different user credentials to connect to the network share. In this situation, the computer behaves as if it is connecting to a different server.
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Article ID: 938120 - Last Review: Dec 3, 2014 - Revision: 1