win32net problem and question

Simon Brunning SBrunning at trisystems.co.uk
Mon Jan 21 12:03:47 CET 2002


> From:	Jon Nials [SMTP:jnials at nials.org]
> 
> I am working my way (ok, jumping all over the place) through the O'Reilly
> "Python programming on Win32" book and I built the following python script
> 
> 
> import win32net
> import win32netcon
> 
	def ReportServers():
	    resume = 0
	     serverTypes = win32netcon.SV_TYPE_ALL
	     while 1:
	          data, total, resume = win32net.NetServerEnum(None, 101,
serverTypes, resume)
	          for server in data:
	          print data
	  if resume == 0:
	       break

	if __name__ == "__main__":
	    ReportServers()


> I'm getting the following traceback.....
> 
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "C:\Python22\Pythonwin\pywin\framework\scriptutils.py", line 301,
> in
> RunScript
>     exec codeObject in __main__.__dict__
>   File "C:\tmp\PyCom\ReportServers.py", line 15, in ?
>     ReportServers()
>   File "C:\tmp\PyCom\ReportServers.py", line 8, in ReportServers
>     data, total, resume = win32net.NetServerEnum(None, 1, serverTypes,
> resume)
> TypeError: The object can not be converted to a Unicode object
 
Page 298, last paragraph - NetServerEnum(). The description of this function
is missing the domain parameter. The correct signature is:

entries, total, resume = win32net.NetServerEnum(server, level,
serverTypes=win32netcon.SV_TYPE_ALL, domain=None, resume=0, len=4096)

So you want:

def ReportServers():
    resume = 0
    serverTypes = win32netcon.SV_TYPE_ALL
    while 1:
        data, total, resume = win32net.NetServerEnum(None, 101, serverTypes,
None, resume)
        for server in data:
            print data
        if resume == 0:
            break

Cheers,
Simon Brunning
TriSystems Ltd.
sbrunning at trisystems.co.uk




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