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Adding users to Windows NT Server

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I need to know how to make a function in Visual Basic 5.0 in order to add users to Windows NT Server 4.0, including adding him to a domain and linking that user to a profile and several groups. It must run in W95 and Windows NT.
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by:Mirkwood
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Take a look at this site. It contains kinds of code about administrating NT including what you want

http://www.netfokus.dk/vbadmincode/
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by:umh
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Please, don't send this again, I'm really interested in get the solution. Thanks.
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Please, don't send this again, I'm really interested in get the solution. Thanks.
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by:Mirkwood
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I'll give you one more try.

Look at the website I gave you:
http://www.netfokus.dk/vbadmincode/codevb.html

Take a look at the account project that can be downloaded. It is very good and includes VB source code.
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by:umh
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I've tried several projects and I get always the following error:
'runtime error 453' when a function of the netapi32.dll is invoked. It occurs in w95 and w98. Nowadays I don't have visual basic in Win NT.
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by:umh
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I've tried the account project and I get the 453 error in NetServerEnum function. Do you know why? netapi32.dll is in windows\system
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by:Mirkwood
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Code seems to be working for me
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by:umh
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are you ussing w95 or nt?
the error is 'entry point not found'
any idea?
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NT
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by:umh
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Thanks a lot Mirkwood, now that I knew how to make the application in VB they have change their mind and they want I make it in MSC++. Thanks once again, you have take a lot of effort in this question.
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