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How do I get the Password Age on Win95 from WinNT

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I know a user's password age (how long since the user last changed his passord) on an NT server can be obtained by
calling NETUSERGETINFO but this function is for NT only.
Windows 95 does not support this function.
How can I perform the same function through Windows 95??
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find the file "username.pwl".  check this file for its last modification date and that should be your answer.
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