DOS: how do you run a package without having to sign in?

I am running the xcopy command in a script package that copies a file to a shared drive on another workstation; however, the workstation requires a login before connecting to the shared folder. Is there a way to script enter / connect to a batch file?



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You can use the command "net use x: \ servername \ sharename / u: username password" to log into the share in a batch file. However, entering a password into a plaintext batch file is generally a bad idea.



You can use network usage to map a temporary drive and login using credentials. This is what we had to do. Perhaps there is a better way. Then, at the end of the script, we will undo the disk.

Here is a link to the net use command:



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