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I'm writting a C# program which need to create a user account that only has permission to read in folder INPUT and write in another folder OUTPUT.

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I'm writting a C# program which need to create a user account that only has permission to read in folder INPUT and write in another folder OUTPUT.

So, how can I progamatically create a new user account by C# in Windows XP Professional ?
I've searched answered questions but it seems like no one asked my question before.
Please help.
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Hi Pradeep,
Thank you for your links :)
I'm having a look at them.

It seems like only my 1st question is solved : create new user.
My 2nd one still remained : restrict read/write access to certain folders.

Anyone got the solution?
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