This is how is XP. Open Explore/My Computer (click) - My Network - Entire Network - Microsoft Windows Network - Name of Your Network - Mybooklive. At this point you should see Public and any user names that has been created. Click on Public you should see folders. Click on a user name and a login window will pop-up. Login and you will see your user/private folders. Or what is called shares, I think.
BTW I have been successfull in login same account on different XP boxs. Problem I see now is there is still no way to logout. So if someone else gets on that PC they will be able to see your files on MBL.
Oh, Ok, I follow you now.
You’re right. Windows caches the credentials for as long as YOU are logged in. So you have to log out of your “Account” to purge those. If you do not HAVE to log into your XP box, then you’ll have to shut it down to clear them.
**OR** If I remember correctly, you can use this command:
NET USE \SERVER\SHARENAME /DELETE
to force it closed.
If that does work to your liking, you can just make a .BAT file on your desktop using NOTEPAD, and double click it when you’re ready to log out of the share.
Let me know if that works! My WinXP box is DOMAIN-based work computer, so I don’t get to experiment with it lest I have to call IT Support (ME!) with a trouble ticket.