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there's a function called "NetUserChangePassword" described in win32.hlp. only problem is: i can't find the interface in the runtime lib of delphi3. is there an interface for this func? if so, which? if not, has anybody written an interface? (the help states no dll as import library for this func, just imaccess.h as appropriate header-file).

as soon as i've got some more points i'll increase the value for this one.

if url's, please only with full source code.

(: i wanna call this func as well on win95 machines as on winnt machines; some of them have nt_domains as main login target; some of them novell servers. the goal is the synchronization in both networks. so i'm gonna write an interactive frontend to provide the user with an interface he enters is password. then i check the registry for MSNP32-services and NWNP32-services. dependant of the result, all primary login targets get the new password set for this user.)

any help aprreciated. tia,

Black Death.
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by:BlackDeath
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ach, one more thing:

would be nice (if somebody has an interface), if there would be a declaration for NetGetDCName, too...

Black Death.
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by:Greedy
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While your waiting for someone who might acctually know how to do this :) you might take a look at some or the programs at
http://www.wilsonc.demon.co.uk/delphi.htm

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by:BlackDeath
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uh-oh:
greedy: sorry for not replying.

i knew this one already but it doesn't help - the funcs of this page i need only run on nt...

nevertheless: thanx & bye

Black Death.
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by:BlackMan
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NetUserChangePassword is only available on NT, not on Win95, so you'll have to find another way to do it from Win95..
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by:BlackDeath
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ach, was.

did you read my comment?

;-)

Black Death.
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by:BlackMan
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Hmm, yes I did, but I don't quite get what you are refering to?!?
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by:BlackDeath
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BlackMan:
>> i knew this one already but it doesn't help - the funcs of this page i need only run on nt.. <<

so. i'll increase this one. maybe somebody takes pity.

Black Death..


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Adjusted points to 75
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by:rwilson032697
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Does this component help?

http://sunsite.icm.edu.pl/delphi/ftp/d30share/ntuser.zip

Cheers,

Raymond.
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by:BlackDeath
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no, sorry.
see above: these run only on nt.
i think there ain't any solution for my prob.
i'm gonna delete this q in a couple of days.

thanx nonetheless, guyz.

bye,

Black Death.
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by:williams2
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The interface for the mentioned function is:

Interface

   ...

   Function NetUserChangePassword(
        pDomainName,
        pUsername,
        pOldPassword,
        pNewPassword: PAnsiChar
   ): UINT; stdcall;
  external 'netapi32.dll' name 'NetUserChangePassword';

implementation

 ...

The problem is just, that I cannot find the info on the NET_API_STATUS describing the resulting constant. :-((

So! If this is any help, I can get you more.

Regards,
Williams
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by:williams2
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..Please note: The function is (against your question) only supported on WinNT machines.

Regards,
Williams
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by:BlackDeath
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hi, williams!

thanx for answer. this one's the closest to my question.
i'm afraid there ain't no possibility to change the user's password on a winnt domain if logged on on a win95-client -

so, willimas: post an answer; you'll get the points.

my best wishes to the tribe of danish dynamite!


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williams2 earned 280 total points
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Thank you Black Death!

Thank you for the nice words. I know a lot of 1. class danish dynamite Delphi-developers here, but most of them shows no interest to this site. :-(

I'm sorry this will only going to work with Win95. Else it would demand a whole lot more code, (which I'm not capable to do).

BUT if you need anything else that might bring you closer, I'm ready to help you at anytime.

regards,
Williams
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by:BlackDeath
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if you gave me your email address we could possibly stay in contact if one or the other question occurs on either side (maybe i can help you one day, too).

mine is

andreas.naguschewski@vt.siemens.de

c u later, alligator.

Black Death.

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by:BlackDeath
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if you gave me your email address we could possibly stay in contact if one or the other question occurs on either side (maybe i can help you one day, too).

mine is

andreas.naguschewski@vt.siemens.de

c u later, alligator.

Black Death.

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by:williams2
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Dear Black Death, you are absolutely welcome!

and thank you for the invitation, I do think it's
important to support each other and to discuss the
different projects we each are doing. My email is
Spacebrain@get2net.dk

I think I'm going to send you an email..

See you too,
Williams
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