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Hi I have made simple net send application in c# it has a list box with all the user names in, a username display text box and a message text box. What I would like to happen is rather than have all the users listed, I need it to scan the network and only list the users that are logged on - is this possible? if not any other similar solutions? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Lewis.
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Hey! I did this with VC++ using NetApi.Lib's functions. You can try searching in MSDN with the key "NetAPI".
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