Add/Delete/Modify a User in Win2000

Hey Guys,

I need your help! I need to Add/Delete/Modify a user or a group. Is there a tool which is able to do that ?? I know there are tools like "net" and "addusers" but these tools only provides the functions to add or delete.

Please help me Its Urgent!!!

-Sonu
Sonu_KapoorAsked:
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NINECommented:
Go to Computer Management under Administrative Tools.  This can be found in Control Panel or on your start menu.  Remember you must be logged in with Administrator rights to access this.

-NINE
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nomispCommented:
If your talking about a domain account you'll need to open the Active Directory users and computers which is in the administrative tools on the DC. For a stand alone or workgroup PC, right click on My Computer and select Manage, from there you will see the Local Users and Groups option.
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jvuzCommented:
Hello if go you to :start-settings-control panel-administrative tools-computer management-local users and groups, you can modify users and groups.
Another way is: start-settings-control panel-administrative tools-local security policy. There you have a lot of options.

I hope this will help.
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MSGeekCommented:
I think what he is really looking for a command line tool to do this?  Sonu is that what you are looking for?
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guernseypostCommented:
There are tools useful during migrations to Win2k domains. Maybe one of these would help - some are VB based and can be tweaked. Have a look on your Win2k cd.

Advanced stuff about using scripting for admin here:
http://www.developer.com/tech/article.php/629031
Sorry, not a coder myself, but it's a thought if you have those skills (and are so inclined).

Mike.
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Sonu_KapoorAuthor Commented:
Actually I was looking for a line command or something like that. But I have found a function in VC++, so I will create my own Application.

Thanks to all.

Regards, Sonu
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