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Default Create / Delete Active Directory Users

Hi all,

I've a server application that is running with com+
and all know in com+ there must be a valid system user to connect to the remote application ...

So there. I will create in my server local system users with same username / password like the actually user on the client.
For this every user have to enter his secret password ... (because i can't read from my client app. (logical)

at the moment when i install a new client i've all the time to create with terminal client a new user and pass on my server ... (this is s**tty and complicated)

any idears or sample code for api ... library or maybe a usercontrol
or best a porgramm written in vb that is creating system users ... ??

THX and a hot day ! (39 degree in office)
Kilian
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