In case you need to access a shared location on a machine in an unrelated domain which uses a set of credentials for access, you will have to setup those creds on your machine.
If you try to directly access that location/path, it will use your default Windows creds to access it and give you access Error.
Microsoft Windows provides a Credential Manager which can be used to store UserNames and Passwords for accessing Domains/Paths/Locations or Websites.
Copy-Paste the following command in Run window-
rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr
It will open the Credential Manager where you can save the UserName/Password for accessing the location. When you try to open the shared location, it will use the saved creds and grant access.
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