Creating users on Windows NT

waldekO osuchw at ecn.ab.ca
Fri Oct 26 00:07:27 CEST 2001


63.199.26.230 [noah at noah.org] wrote in message news:<9r7tqp6mia at enews3.newsguy.com>...
> Does anyone have sample code to create a user
> on a local or a remote NT machine?
> 
> I'm trying to sort through this Microsoft WMI stuff
> because it seems like that would allow me to
> create a user on a local or a remote machine,
> but it's taking me forever to figure out where
> to start... Right now I'd be satisfied if I could
> just create a user from the Windows cmd.exe command line
> and simply call that from Python.
> 
> Does anyone have experience with WMI and Python?
> Assume ActivePython...
> 
> Yours,
> Noah
> 
> 
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You do not need WMI to create a user on NT.
The win32netdemo.py in win32/demo directory of your Python
installation should get you started.



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