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Domains and WorkGroups

Posted on 2000-05-16
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I am currently using the API call 'WNetEnumResource' to return a list of Domains on my NT Network.

Unfortunately, I also get Workgroup names in the list.

My Question is how can I distinguish between Workgroup names and actual Domain Names in the returned list?

Windows NT User Manager does it, so there must be a way.

Grade A for the correct answer.

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you may find these samples useful:

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Thanks. Nail on the Head.

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