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I am looking for a way to list what users are connected to my NT Server, and from which ComputerName they are connected. I have no interest in what shares they are using.

I think this is done in C++ using the function NetSessionEnum(). Has anyone got any idea how this is done in VB??
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Goto http://www.netfokus.dk/vbadmincode/
They have all the code you need in VB and free
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