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I am browsing Shared folders on a Windows network through Samba.

When I first opened a system on the network I was asked for a login username, password and I checked the save-password setting. Now the shared folder opens directly without asking for authentication.

I want to browse the folder using a different user which has more access rights. How should I do that?

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marked as duplicate by karel, Eric Carvalho, waltinator, g_p, v2r Jan 9 '15 at 13:54

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Hi what ever the passwords you save in Ubuntu will store in seahorse application. type as seahorse in your unity dash and open that application. That will have your password and you can remove from there.

I am currently away from my Ubuntu PC thats why I am posting available image that could help you a bit.

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