i'm much better with linux users and groups and this windows network share stuff is pissing me off. we have a server here with a network share that everyone at work uses. the problem is some folders are only accessible by some people and on my boss' computer someone logged on with their personal credentials instead of my boss' credentials so now on my boss' computer he doesn't have access to his files on the network share. i've tried everything i can think of to get rid of the cached credentials but nothing is working. i tried remapping a network drive to the share using the "connect as another user" option but it just gives an error saying that share is already mapped. so first i did "net use" and saw the share, did "net use * /delete" and it's gone, try again and it still says i have a share mapped. tried using the disconnect network shares but it says i have none. i've rebooted. nothing, it still remembers the wrong credentials. i've deleted his net session on the server, but it just recreates it with the wrong credentials as soon as he gets back on. i've gone to [user accounts -> manage network passswords] but the list is empty (however if i do that on my vista machine it shows the servers share and all the right options, my boss has XP though). anyone else have any ideas what i can do? this is ridiculous.