This situation might seem a little odd. Alot of questions deal with trying to get rid of that log on box when accessing a network share, where me, I need it to come back.
I got a 15 user workgroup network at a church/school office. All computers are Win 2000/XP Pro. All files that are shared are stored on one XP PRo computer. The guy before me who set things up, had everyone authenticate to the file server by using the guest account. That was fine at the time, but now there are some folders being put on the server that I need to use NTFS permissions to allow only certain users access too.
Problem is, the first time a computer tries to access a shared resource on another computer, you get the username/password prompt. Like I said, they used the guest account, and checked the save password box. So the username/password prompt no longer comes up. How can I get that prompt to come back up so I can have a user connect to the file server under a different username?