I'm working at a client site that uses AD for network authentication. My laptop is not domain connected, but I can reach their shared drives when hard-wired into their LAN by using a NET USE command like this:
net use S: \\<ServeName>\<Share> /persistent:no /user:<domain>\<username>
This will prompt me for my AD password and, when supplied, map the requested drive. Ninety-nine percent of the time, this works great. However, if I fat-finger or otherwise type the password incorrectly the command pauses for around 30 seconds and my AD account is subsequently locked out.
Is the NET USE command retrying the password? The number of retries is set to five, so that's not the problem. Is this command sending the credentials multiple times? Is it possible that I'm not getting the group retry policy because my workstation is not domain administered?