That should work for any SMB connection that accepts UNC paths, regardless of 
OS. The downside of course is that the password is exposed in the script or in 
some stored property. A domain environment would assume the user is a domain 
user and authenticate against LDAP. 

Bob S

> On Aug 10, 2018, at 05:24 , Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode 
> <> wrote:
> From which OS do you want to connect?
> From Linux you could include the username and password in the UNC.
> smb://username:passwort@servername/folder” 
> <smb://username:passwort@servername/ordner%E2%80%9D.>
> But i am not sure, if this works when working in a domain structure.
> Regards
> Matthias

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