I am on a Windows centric LAN without a domain.
I have access to several machines on my network, each with different username and passwords.
I originally connected to them with a UNC path in explorer and entered in the authentication information.
Now when I type in explorer I can access the machine without entering a username and password.
What I'm trying to do is get that prompt again without logging off. I know I can clear connections using:
net use * /delete
My connections are no longer listed now, but I can still go in explorer and access the shares without a username and password.
If I log off and back on the problem is fixed, I will be prompted again for the auth info. But logging off is inconvenient for me.
Is there a better way to clear the auth info so I will be prompted when trying to access an administrative UNC share?
I do notice that if I wait long enough I will eventually get the prompt again. Is there a way to eliminate this timeout though?