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Getting Net User Groups

Posted on 1998-11-27
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How could I gettting, from my VB program, the netgroups whom belong of a user net? The Machine Server is a Windows NT and PC Client an windows 95.

any help is welcome?

Thank you
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Search for ADSI and VB. That allows you to do what you want?
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Take a look at this site: http://www.netfokus.dk/vbadmincode/code.html
It contains all the samples and code that you need.
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