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This is more of a curiosity then a real problem, I am just to lazy to reboot or log off my laptop.
I have connected to a network share on a Windows server with domain credentials from a non-domain Windows 7 machine, I didn't mark the option to remember the password.
The share is let's say
I have changed the password for that domain account in the meantime, and now when I try to access that share I get the following error:
Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password
I have tried the following on the client side:
- deleting cached credentials in Credential Manager
net use delete
net session \\ip.of.the.server /deletegives me "A session does not exist with that computer name."
net use \\10.10.10.10\folder /u:DOMAIN\USER passwordgives me "The command completed successfully.", but I still get the same unknown user name or bad password when trying to access the share from Windows Explorer
- mapping the share as a network drive from GUI, but then I get
The network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password.
To connect using a different user name and password, first disconnect any existing mappings to this network share.
net useto see connections, I get that there are no connections in the list
explorer.exeand starting it again.
- going to Computer Management > Shared folders > Sessions to kill the session with my username
- rebooting the server
I have managed to access the share using the domain name instead of the IP address, but I am curios.
Does anybody know any way how to delete the cached credentials in this case? Where are credentials cached when you don't mark the remember password option when accessing the share, they are not shown in Credential Manager and there is no mapping shown when you run net use.