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Detect  all users login in Netware 4.2

Posted on 2001-07-08
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Dear Experts, please help !
     Within my application, I must know how many user     login at the same time. Please tell me how to do it.

Thanks from apin

ps. I'm using Windows 98, D5 Enterprise and Netware 4.20. ( IP and IPX )

     
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To get de connected computers:

http://www.aldyn.ru/demos/0023/index.html
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Thank you very much !
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