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using NetUserEnum in an MFC app.

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Hello

I'm having problems using "NetUserEnum"

The project is an MFC application (exe), a dialog box.
The only thing I added was a button and this code:

#include <lmaccess.h>
...
...
void CRightsDlg::OnButtonFind()
{
  LPUSER_INFO_0 pBuf = NULL;
  DWORD dw_entriesread=0;
  DWORD dw_totalentries=0;
  DWORD dwResumeHandle = 0;
  NetUserEnum(NULL,0,FILTER_NORMAL_ACCOUNT,(LPBYTE*)
    &pBuf,MAX_PREFERRED_LENGTH,&dw_entriesread,
    &dw_totalentries,&dwResumeHandle);
}

When I try to built the project, I received this message.

----Configuration: Rights - Win32 Debug---

Linking...
RightsDlg.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol
_NetUserEnum@32
Debug/Rights.exe : fatal error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals
Error executing link.exe.

Rights.exe - 2 error(s), 0 warning(s)

Could you help me?
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Question by:jose_garrido
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In the FileView pane highlight "Rights files" (the top of the tree).

Go to the main menu,  Project->Settings.

Select the Link tab.

Add to the Object/Library Modules edit box: netapi32.lib

Click Ok.
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by:jose_garrido
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Thank you.
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