Delete User Accounts Remotely

I am trying to delete user accounts remotelly using Apple Remote Desktop 3.0 on computers runnign 10.4.9. Dose any one how to delete a user using the UNIX command (terminal)? So far I can only delete thier profile forlders using tis command:
sudo rm -rf /Users/USERNAME
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heteronymousCommented:
This is of course quite dangerous, double & triple-check your typing...
If you really want to hose a machine, delete the intial/default (admin) account ... so, don't !  ;)


all on ONE line:

nicl -raw /var/db/netinfo/local.nidb delete /users/<username>

where "<username>" is the user (account) shortname.

Follow that with your steps to remove the user's actual home folder.
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