I need to map a network drive with the SYSTEM user, I created a PS1 which is ran by a Scheduled Task, the first part maps the drive succesfully:
$net = new-object -ComObject WScript.Network $net.MapNetworkDrive("y:", "\\SAN_SERVER\folder1", $false, "domain\service_user", "password")
After the mapping, a bunch of stuff is happening, copying files, etc
At the end of the script the mapped drive need to be disconnected:
& 'D:\Scripts\PsExec64.exe' -s cmd /c "net use y: /delete /yes"
This command works if I run it manually from my user account (I need to start PS as admin), however it does not work from the script in the Scheduled Task, I'm using PsExec64.exe because I found out that since the network drive was mapped with domain\user, it can only be disconnected with domain/service_user unless we use PsExec64.exe, is there a way to disconnect a drive using different credintials?