Note: I'm on a Windows computer using command prompt.
A network exists where there is a single drive (let's call it C:) and there is a folder for every different user account inside of this drive. For example, a few directories might be C:\John, C:\Steve, and C:\Bob. I am logged into the Bob account on the network (I logged into it from the initial log-in page when the computer is turned on). When I navigate to the C: drive in command prompt and attempt to use the command: cd John, Access is Denied is returned. If I had John's username and password for the network, is there a way I could use a command (like: cd John [username] [password]) or something like that? Or would I need to log off my current account, log into the computer with the John information and then navigate to the directory to view the folder?