mail at timgolden.me.uk
Mon Nov 13 20:32:31 CET 2006
Tim Roberts <timr <at> probo.com> writes:
> Tim Golden wrote:
> > | Working off a large-ish domain, I can't seem to find a form of:
> > |
> > | import wmi
> > | conn = wmi.WMI ()
> > | stuff = conn.Win32_GroupUser ()
> > |
> > | ... that doesn't enumerate the entire domain.
> > I'm going to assume that you didn't intend the
> > double-negative in the above.
> Actually, I think he did. Everything he tried enumerated the entire
> domain, which is not what he wanted. He wanted to query a subset only.
Ah yes, my misunderstanding. Thanks for pointing out.
> What he posted was:
> conn.Win32_GroupUser (GroupComponent = "Win32_Group.SID=sid_number")
> Suggesting, perhaps, that he wanted only the users within
> a group with a given SID.
I imagine you're right. Hopefully my example gave
a way of doing that, but I'll just repost slightly
c = wmi.WMI ()
sid_number = "whatever"
group = c.Win32_Group (SID=sid_number)
# and then as before, using group.associators (...)
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