Re: How to logout-relogin wiht new user name
sww cvcbcbb bvbxx
"Jack [MVP-Networking]" wrote:
> Peer-to-peer Network is less flexible for office Server than a real Server
> Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).
> "TedT" <TedT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hi Jack,
> > So there is no way to force a logoff and then reloggin? The issue is I am
> > using a Vista computer as a file server and have set up users and groups
> > to
> > access certian folders an a few office staff. if I go to a user's
> > computer,
> > there is no way I can log them off and then log in as me (as the admin) to
> > perform any changes on the server? I really do not want to a new user on
> > everyones computer just so log them off.
> > Thanks
> > Ted
> > "Jack [MVP-Networking]" wrote:
> >> Hi
> >> Make on you own computer another user and set it with other credentials.
> >> If you switch on your computer to the second user (Cal-Alt-Del), and it
> >> would log in as the second user.
> >> Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).
> >> "TedT" <TedT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:CF9A81DD-9B08-4CA6-BEF7-9B619D1517A7@microsoft.com...
> >> >I am using a Vista computer as a file server in our office. I have a
> >> >few
> >> >log
> >> > in names, but once I am logged in, everytime I go to the server it
> >> > automatically grants access, so I never get a chance to change my
> >> > logout
> >> > or
> >> > log in under another name. I need to reboot my computer before it will
> >> > again
> >> > ask me for a login name and password. How can I log out of the server
> >> > or
> >> > force the server to ask me for a login and pass word again without
> >> > having
> >> > to
> >> > reboot my computer?
> >> > Thanks
> >> > Ted
> >> .