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How to get a list of user profiles from a workstation and export to CSV?

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How to get a list of user profiles from a workstation and export to CSV?
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by:t-max
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I'm not sure the question is specific enough on what you want.
To get a list of user profiles, you can just dir "C:\Documents and Settings" to get the list of profiles stored in the server.
As for exporting it to csv, depends on which details you want to export. If it's only the list of names inside the directory above, it will be enough to save one name per line.
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khaaz earned 500 total points
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To get a list of user accounts on a workstation you could use :

wmic /output:test.csv useraccount

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by:mjm21
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Ok I will try what khaaz suggested and it does not work.  It hangs.
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by:mjm21
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Guys?  Anything?
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by:khaaz
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it hangs ? I have tried it on winXP and 2003 server and it seems to work.
what happens if you try

wmic /?

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wmic useraccount

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by:mjm21
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For some reason we cannot get this going.  Closing ticket.  Giving points but will not list as resolution to the public.
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by:mjm21
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Could not get this to work properly from our end
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