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Posted on 2004-09-10
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Hi

is there anyway to open the user accounts page in XP

thanks
adam
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U can open it from control panel -> Switch to Classic View (Left Hand Side) -> User Accounts

Do  u mean programatically?
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i meant in vb .net
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I guess there is no direct method for that. Only way I see is, if you can find out the file in XP for showing UserAccounts, and run it using Process.Start, that might work.
-@Baan
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wguerram earned 500 total points
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This does the job.

System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("nusrmgr.cpl")

DotNetLover_Baan had already given the idea, however this was something i already new had to do.

Windows tricks.

all option in the control panel has the *.cpl extension.
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