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Hi AutoIt scriptwriters!
In some of windows operating systems, i saw that "Administrator" and "Guest" username in different languages are "Administradore" and "Gast" and etc.
How to make a simple script to find Administrator and Guest username in different language in these systems?
I'm trying to make a script that could tell me, from a username list file, if the username is active, inactive or not existant in a multi-domain Active Directory....
I found a few scripts giving me hints but I found nothing to help me to accomplish this task...
Do you have any ideas !
By Kevin Finnegan
I'm currently writing a backup script to automate the process of storing and compressing data for any member leaving the firm I work at. Ideally I would like to pull the user's display name or full name, for instance, a WMI query selecting FullName WHERE Win32_NetworkLoginProfile Name equals "Domain\kefinnegan" would bring back "Kevin Finnegan" or whatever naming convention your company uses.
Although this solution seems ideal as long as you log in as a user with privileged access, it won't work if the domain user you wish to backup has been purged from the Active Directory system entirely as the WMIService seems to query it in some shape or form (thousands of members in our firm, need to trim the fat every now and then). I was wondering if it's possible to query an API, service or possibly even scan registry entries stored on the leaver's machine while logged in as the local administrator (can run the script with privileged domain credentials if needs be) that could give me a domain user's full name, who logged onto this machine, without the use of Active Directory?
I am struggling to read time from a remote machine. By initial probing i could find it is possible by WMI object and connectserver (if we need to user password, yes here i need to use another username and password)
Please help me to sort this out. Any suggestions would be appreciated.