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7.2.1 - Import User (NT)

7.2.1 - Import User (NT)

7.2.1 - Import User (NT)

Hi world,
I have a question of sorts...
I have been having a nightmare with trying to import NT users via the API (Com+ component as Web API refuses to work with XP/IE6! - so the SDK Asp User Manager does not work!). I can add a local user, but not emulate the Import NTID desktop function.
So, in the time honoured fasion, I am considering trying it another way.
The way I have in mind, is to use Command Manager from a Shell command line within the VB component - yuk! I know.

I was just wondering if anyone else out there, bright lot you are, had a better way, so I don't have to install CM on the Web boxes.

Wolf "Howlin' for help!"

RE: 7.2.1 - Import User (NT)

I don't have a better idea. Have you tried 7.2.2?

RE: 7.2.1 - Import User (NT)

actually, I was being a twit!
I hosted the SDK on a Win2K IIS server, and all was fine.
So ignore this thread.



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