Contains the path of the home directory of the user.
vHomeDir = User.HomeDir
User.HomeDir = vHomeDir
'Get UserManager.Server object Dim UM:Set UM = CreateObject("UserManager.Server") 'Add a test user UM.Users.Add "~TestUser", "1TestPassword" 'Set home directory for the user UM.Users("~TestUser").HomeDir = "C:\Users\~TestUser" 'List home directory for all user accounts Dim Out: Out = "Home dir of user account info:" & vbCrLf Out = Out & toS("Account",25) & toS("Drive", 6) & toS("Home directory", 20) & vbCrLf Dim User For Each User In UM.Users Out = Out & toS(User.Name,25) & toS(User.HomeDirDrive,6) & toS(User.HomeDir,20) & vbCrLf Next Wscript.Echo Out 'Delete the test account UM.Users("~TestUser").Delete Function toS(byval W, Cols) W = "" & W: If W = "" Then W = "-" On Error Resume Next W = W & Space(Cols-Len(W)) toS = W End Function
User.ScriptPath, User.Workstations, User.HomeDirDrive
AuthFlags, BadPasswordCount, CodePage, Comment, CountryCode, Disabled, Expires, Flags, FullName, Groups, HomeDir, HomeDirDrive, ID, LastLogOff, LastLogon, LocalGroups, LockOut, LogonHours, MaxStorage, Name, NumOfLogons, Password, PasswordAge, PasswordCannotChange, PasswordExpired, PasswordNeverExpires, PasswordNotRequired, PrimaryGroupID, Privilege, Profile, Ras, ScriptPath, Server, UserComment, Workstations
Properties of the user account, and methods for creating, deleting and selecting users.
ActiveX UserManager is easy to use COM component with classes to create, delete and manage local and remote user accounts, groups, servers and domains in the Windows NT (2000/XP) environment. You can simple work with user accounts and groups from VBA, VBS/JS, ASP and T-SQL programming environment.
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