The net use command refers to the currently logged in user(*). Nothing more, nothing less. It is possible to authenticate as another user as part of a net use command of course, but that's about as multi-user as it gets.

Network Administration: Net Group Command - dummies The Net Group command lets you add, display, or change global groups in a Windows Server 2008 environment. This command has a number of different syntaxes, depending on how you intend to use it. To display information about a group or to change a group’s comment, use this syntax: net group groupname [/comment:"text"] [/domain] To […] net command - Microsoft Community Feb 08, 2016

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Net Commands On Windows Operating Systems

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