What I'm trying to do is run a second instance (my personal account) of dropbox.
I have a second user account setup, Dropbox installed, the Dropbox folder on the second acct shared properly. Everything works exactly as expected if I launch the second instance using:
C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /user:*[UserName]* *[DropboxLocation]*
But doesn't work when I try to launch using:
C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /savecred /user:*[UserName]* *[DropboxLocation]*
I launched it using CMD and got the following Error Message:
RUNAS ERROR: Unable to run - *[DropboxLocation]* 1311: There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.
Note: FYI, I have already verified that the first line works in the command prompt without issue.
What I'm trying to do is save the credentials so I can move the shortcut to the startup folder, making it launch automatically when I login in to my primary account.
How do I go about fixing this issue and I'm correct in assuming that I should be able to launch an application as a different user on startup without having to enter the password every time (ie. this is the first time I have tried this in Windows 7).
Note: One potential cause of the issue is that the primary acct exists on a different domain than the secondary acct. I tried both the 'username@domain' and 'domain\username' forms in the 'runas' but yielded the same results (works without, but fails with '/savecred'). The primary acct uses a different domain, the secondary acct uses the computer name as the domain (ie. it's local).
Update: I'm running Windows 7 Professional SP1