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nbtstat tool (netbios?)

If in win NT or win 2k you type "nbtstat -a hostname" in cmdline, it tells you who is currently logged on to that particular machine.

Is there a way to do this programatically using some API calls? Bearing in mind that it has to work on User level privalages on Win 2K.


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barbourwill
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Lee_NoverCommented:
check out: http://www.xploiter.com/tambu/
there are a few utilities and source code about your problem

you could also call "nbtstat -a hostname > tempfile" with ShellExecute
then load the contents of the file in a memo or sumtin like that
then delete the tempfile :)

also check out JEDI JCL library
it has GetMacAddresses and some other usefull functions
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Lee_NoverCommented:
maybe some additional info from MSDN:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/netmgmt/ntlmapi2_6msv.asp
check out the other Net* functions
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CynnaCommented:
barbourwill,

You could also find this usefull (free & source):

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/psloggedon.shtml
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ziolkoCommented:
begin with: NetGroupEnum, NetLocalGroupEnum, NetLocalGroupGetMembers, NetGroupGetUsers, NetWkstaUserEnum, NetQueryDisplayInformation
ziolko.
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ziolkoCommented:
ooops sorry wrong question.
ziolko.
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