Re: Network computer login and permissions
I don't think you can do that. However, you may have two options. Assuming
you are the administrator, you logon the administrator or run as
administrator if other user logon and I don't want to relogon.
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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"ZeldaFreak" <ZeldaFreak@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hello, I am a fairly experienced windows user and am in charge of
> a home network of a little more than half a dozen computers. Being the
> administrator, I'd like to be able to share large portions of a person's
> harddrive and allow me to connect to it remotely.
> I'm having a problem with logging into a person's computer. Some of them I
> have already logged into with their user name/passwords and thus have
> access to the computer. I can find no method of logging in with different
> credentials, so how is this done?
> I'd like to set up the permissions for the shared folders so that my
> user would be able to access all the computers in the network. But in the
> folder permissions dialog, I cannot add any user that is not on that PC
> locally. Is it possible to add a "location" to the dialog so I can do
> Or any other method?