Hot answers tagged login
For the OSs you mention, there is an unpublished function in shell32.dll that is just the ticket. Using it will be unsupported by Microsoft, but I have no had any problem in several environments. The entry point is #262. You could import it for use in PowerShell like below: # Set user tile $code = @" [DllImport("shell32.dll", EntryPoint = "#262", CharSet = ...
I've not tried this but you should be able to prevent Windows from storing/using saved credentials when accessing network resources as follows. Do this on each workstation where you want to prevent credentials from being stored: Open Credentials Manager In the Windows Credentials section delete any saved credentials for your workgroup file server Open ...
By default ssh tries to log in with the user account it's currently launched on the host you are connecting from. So, if all of the hosts can same accounts database, there's no need to specify user. Plus, if the DNS is properly configured, including search directive in the /etc/resolv.conf (or hostnames are configured in the /etc/hosts file), you can use the ...
I would suggest ~/.ssh/config as a solution. Here you can defined how the ssh client connects with any server. Try Host Server01 Hostname 18.104.22.168 User user Should now be able to connect per ssh server01
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible