Enumerating users from a domain or a computer in NT 4.0

Posted on 1998-10-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-30
I am working with NT 4.0 Servers and Workstations.

I want to get the groups and users from my domain and from my workstation. With this, I want to make a window like the "Add Users and Groups" window in NT.

How must I do ?

Question by:greisch
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waty earned 200 total points
ID: 1442542
Download the following files, they do what you want, the full source code is provided :

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ID: 1442543
It works fine for users on my domain but I can't get users local to a workstation !!!

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