win32net.NetUseAdd syntax, possible bug

Mark Hammond mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Thu Apr 17 01:35:36 CEST 2003


As I mentioned in email, "password" is correct.  What error do you get?

Mark.

Scott Prive wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm attempting to use win32net.NetUseAdd, had a problem and I think there's
> a bug in the API, or the docs (or me! :-)
> 
> The ActiveState made it clear most of the properties need to be in a
> dictionary. It lacked an example use, but referred me to the MSDN site, and
> at MSDN could see there the data structure. In theory I should combine the
> two docs and know all the things I can pass into the call via dictionary.
> 
> Small problem: the MSDN data structure calls the PW key "password", and
> win32net.NetUseAdd does not understand this. It looks like the function
> needs a key called "passwd", and if not provided it falls upon some default
> value (or the current credentials), making it appear that your user/pass
> values are not valid on the server when in fact they were.
> 
> This is my first post to the list (cc: me, I'm not subscribed). Is this the
> appropriate place for possible bug reports? How do I determine a module's
> "owner", and should I mail them directly?
> 
> The code looks like:
> 
>     import win32net
>     data = {}
>     data['remote'] = r'\\mypdc.example.com\myshare'
>     data['local'] = 'Z:'
>     data['password'] = 'foo' #Hmm.. I should call this     data['passwd'] =
> 'foo'
>     data['user'] = 'foo'
>     data['asg_type'] = 0
>     win32net.NetUseAdd(None,1,data)
> 
> -Scott
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 





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