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Posted on 1998-09-22
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Are there any functions I could use to create NT workstation user profiles.  I would like to write a program that would be able to create the users, passwords, and priveleges so that people can use these usernames to log in to the NT workstation.  
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There is not EASY way out. You have to use COM interfaces provided by Active Directory services....

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Use the NetUserxxx functions (NetUserAdd, NetUserChangePassword etc.)
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