The best way to do this is to simply place the needed user IDs on the target system, or to better determine the need for using multiple user IDs in this context. Windows doesn't like it when a user tries to establish multiple shares to a target system with different user credentials on each one, because that has the hallmarks of spoofing. There's no way around this (as Microsoft likes to say, this feature is 'by design') since circumventing it is basically a violation of security.
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