Current behavior of netapi32-access tests on W2K3 and Vista
kai.blin at gmail.com
Sat May 12 03:20:12 CDT 2007
On Friday 11 May 2007 20:08, Paul Vriens wrote:
> Not so long ago some tests where added for NetUserAdd and friends. While
> browsing I found that I have about 6 testuser home directories on W2K3 and
> 4 on Vista (which is the amount of tests I ran on those platforms).
Whoops, sorry about that. I didn't have any of those to test before. I'll make
sure any additional tests I write in that area will pass on at least win2k3.
> Bottom-line is that NetUserDel doesn't delete the home-directory on W2K3
> and Vista (which is a good thing) but has no option to delete it explicitly
> (which is a bad thing IMHO).
> Any idea how to cleanup after these tests? Just remove the home directory?
I poked around on MSDN a little, but I didn't find anything useful. I'll give
this a go with DeleteFile.
Thanks for pointing this out.
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Will code for cotton.
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