In my day to day work, I need to access data on shared folders using different credentials (my desktop account is not the same as the account I use to access these servers). Normally, I'd map a few drives and be done with it; the problem is I access 40-50 different servers on a daily basis - and it is not the same servers each day.
What I've been doing thus far is basic, and annoying - but it somewhat works. I have a folder with subfolders organizing the shortcuts to each shared folder. Each shortcut is simply a
\\servername\folder pointer - which I double click and am prompted to enter my credentials.
What I'd like to do is use some sort of application (or a batch file) to just launch an explorer window already pointed to the share, with the credentials already entered. While it's easy enough to create a command line shortcut to net use which maps the drive, due to the number of drives I interact with mapping a drive is out of the question.
TL;DR: Is there a way to do something like:
explorer.exe /user:domain\username /pass:Pa55w0rd! /folder:\\servername\folder
and have it pop up an explorer window to that path?