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Finding User Accounts

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Trying to find out if a USer is an ADMIN , POWER USER , USER , REMOTE DESKTOP USER , ETC.. So far I have had no problem checking with ISADMIN () to see if its an admin , But what kind of user is it ???

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Trying to find out if a USer is an ADMIN , POWER USER , USER , REMOTE DESKTOP USER , ETC.. So far I have had no problem checking with ISADMIN () to see if its an admin , But what kind of user is it ???

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Come on All you Very smart people .. I know there must be a way to find this out...

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Come on All you Very smart people .. I know there must be a way to find this out...

List group membership for the user. You could list each of those groups, looking for the user, but that's the hard way:

#include <array.au3>

$Domain = @ComputerName
$User = @UserName
$oUser = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $Domain & "/" & $User)
Dim $avGroups[1] = [0]
If IsObj($oUser) Then
    $colGroups = $oUser.Groups
    For $oGroup In $colGroups
        _ArrayAdd($avGroups, $oGroup.name)
    Next
    $avGroups[0] = UBound($avGroups) - 1
    _ArrayDisplay($avGroups, "Groups for user:")
Else
    MsgBox(16, "Error", "Faile to get object for user: " & $Domain & "/" & $User)
EndIf

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List group membership for the user. You could list each of those groups, looking for the user, but that's the hard way:

#include <array.au3>

$Domain = @ComputerName
$User = @UserName
$oUser = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $Domain & "/" & $User)
Dim $avGroups[1] = [0]
If IsObj($oUser) Then
    $colGroups = $oUser.Groups
    For $oGroup In $colGroups
        _ArrayAdd($avGroups, $oGroup.name)
    Next
    $avGroups[0] = UBound($avGroups) - 1
    _ArrayDisplay($avGroups, "Groups for user:")
Else
    MsgBox(16, "Error", "Faile to get object for user: " & $Domain & "/" & $User)
EndIf

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I just keep getting this ERROR MsgBox(16, "Error", "Faile to get object for user: " & $Domain & "/" & $User)

Thats it..

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I just keep getting this ERROR MsgBox(16, "Error", "Faile to get object for user: " & $Domain & "/" & $User)

I tested it before posting with XP Pro SP2. What is your environment, OS, and are you an admin on the box?

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I tested it before posting with XP Pro SP2. What is your environment, OS, and are you an admin on the box?

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Yes I'm running XP PRO SP2 and I'm an administrator and Domain admin..

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I just keep getting this ERROR MsgBox(16, "Error", "Faile to get object for user: " & $Domain & "/" & $User)

Thats it..

Try replacing $Domain = @ComputerName with $Domain = 'localHost'

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