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is there a way to see who belongs to the local administrative group on a remote PC?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

I think this will work, tested ok for me on a remote pc (Assumes you are already admin on the remote box)

$strGroup = "administrators"
$strComputer = "remotepc"

$objGroup = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $strComputer & "/" & $strGroup)

For $objMember In $objGroup.Members()
    MsgBox(0, "", "Members of " & $objGroup.Name & ":" & $objMember.Name)
Next
Edited by Legacy99

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works great!!

anyway to put that into an array box?

thanks!

I think this will work, tested ok for me on a remote pc (Assumes you are already admin on the remote box)

$strGroup = "administrators"
$strComputer = "remotepc"

$objGroup = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $strComputer & "/" & $strGroup)

For $objMember In $objGroup.Members()
    MsgBox(0, "", "Members of " & $objGroup.Name & ":" & $objMember.Name)
Next

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works great!!

anyway to put that into an array box?

thanks!

I swear I saw you ask this question before... dejavu? Maybe I should check the forum trash? lol...

Yes it's possible, just create an array and populate through each loop of the For/In... Have you tried?


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

yep. heres what i tried

but it only had the last value

#include <array.au3>

$strGroup = "administrators"
$strComputer = "d0058256"

$objGroup = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $strComputer & "/" & $strGroup)

For $objMember In $objGroup.Members()
   ;MsgBox(0, "", "Members of " & $objGroup.Name & ":" & $objMember.Name)
    $b = _arraycreate($objMember.Name)
    
Next

_ArrayDisplay($b)

I swear I saw you ask this question before... dejavu? Maybe I should check the forum trash? lol...

Yes it's possible, just create an array and populate through each loop of the For/In... Have you tried?

Edited by gcue

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I swear I saw you ask this question before... dejavu? Maybe I should check the forum trash? lol...

Yes it's possible, just create an array and populate through each loop of the For/In... Have you tried?

I think you are seeing many other topics that clearly showcase his obsession with the word "condition".

conditional logic in a FOR loop

help with conditional logic

help with conditional logic

wildcard in conditional statements

conditional logic

condition logic

multiple conditions met within a function?

two conditions in an IF statement?

condition with wildcard?

if none of these conditions apply...

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LOL!!!!

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

yep. heres what i tried

but it only had the last value

#include <array.au3>

$strGroup = "administrators"
$strComputer = "d0058256"

$objGroup = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $strComputer & "/" & $strGroup)

For $objMember In $objGroup.Members()
;MsgBox(0, "", "Members of " & $objGroup.Name & ":" & $objMember.Name)
    $b = _arraycreate($objMember.Name)
    
Next

_ArrayDisplay($b)
Come on now... how in the hell is that supposed to work with only 1 parameter (_ArrayCreate). Is that something you just threw in so it looked like you did something? I think so... because it wouldn't even run if you tried to run it that way. Thinking of _ArrayAdd (I never use these functions... can you tell :P )

Edit:

I don't even see _arraycreate in the help file any longer so it must have been removed.

You should read the wiki on arrays:

http://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/index.php?title=Arrays

Edited by SmOke_N

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yep. heres what i tried

but it only had the last value

#include <array.au3>

$strGroup = "administrators"
$strComputer = "d0058256"

$objGroup = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $strComputer & "/" & $strGroup)

For $objMember In $objGroup.Members()
  ;MsgBox(0, "", "Members of " & $objGroup.Name & ":" & $objMember.Name)
    $b = _arraycreate($objMember.Name)
    
Next

_ArrayDisplay($b)
Basically, you were seeing only the last value because you were destroying and recreating your array for each name in your results. This is because you were using _ArrayCreate() in your loop (on every loop, it would essentially recreate the array, negating any previous values). Here's a slight modification that should help:

CODE

#include <array.au3>

$strGroup = "administrators"

$strComputer = "."

$objGroup = ObjGet("WinNT://" & $strComputer & "/" & $strGroup)

Dim $aAdministrators[1]

For $objMember In $objGroup.Members()

;MsgBox(0, "", "Members of " & $objGroup.Name & ":" & $objMember.Name)

_ArrayAdd($aAdministrators,$objMember.Name)

ConsoleWrite($objMember.Name &@CRLF)

Next

_ArrayDisplay($aAdministrators)


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yea i had tried arrayadd also but it didnt work - consolewrite!!!

many thanks!

smoke, you seem to have alot of built up aggression.

i have learned alot but as you can see have still ALOT to learn - i do try to read the help but dont get some things right away - sorry if im not up to par yet =)

and thanks for the wikki reference smoke.

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smoke, you seem to have alot of built up aggression.

A lot of us suffer from that "condition".

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yea i had tried arrayadd also but it didnt work - consolewrite!!!

many thanks!

smoke, you seem to have alot of built up aggression.

i have learned alot but as you can see have still ALOT to learn - i do try to read the help but dont get some things right away - sorry if im not up to par yet =)

and thanks for the wikki reference smoke.

It's more like frustration rather than aggression. It annoys me that no one cares enough to research anything. They just open their browser and come to the ambrosia of information. I get it though... why put forth a real effort when others will do it for you.

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#13 ·  Posted (edited)

i do put forth effort. first step is i try to read the help.. if i dont get it i try searching the forum.. if i still dont get it then i ask for help...

for instance.. i just posted a help topic for _ADismemberof

i read through the entire 9 pages of posts that people posted, aside from the 5 posts that have it mentioned (from search results)

the documentation on the udf itself isnt very good

so then i posted a topic =)

Edited by gcue

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A lot of us suffer from that "condition".

hahhahahhaha i didnt know i used that word so much... hahahhahahahha

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i do put forth effort. first step is i try to read the help.. if i dont get it i try searching the forum.. if i still dont get it then i ask for help...

for instance.. i just posted a help topic for _ADismemberof

i read through the entire 9 pages of posts that people posted, aside from the 5 posts that have it mentioned (from search results)

the documentation on the udf itself isnt very good

so then i posted a topic =)

No idea what that udf even is... but come on man... I know you're making some kind of comeback or something after 4 years... but an array? There are a million examples (hell I don't even know if I'm exaggerating) of arrays on this forum.

Use the wiki... get to studying... see ya on the flip side :P.


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#16 ·  Posted (edited)

4 years ago i signed up bc a buddy told me how good it was - but i didnt use it up until about ~4 months ago

so im still relatively new.. but getting close to not being so new.

yep definitely gonna check out that wikki..

thanks again

Edited by gcue

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