Using NET USERS to Manage Local User Accounts on a Workstation

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A few of the user management functions that are provided in User Managerfor Domains are not available in User Manager in Windows NT Workstation.Three NET USERS parameters are available for managing the local useraccounts database on a Windows NT Workstation. If you want to create userprofiles, you must use the User Profile Editor that is provided in theWindows NT Resource Kit.
The following lists additional parameters you can use to manage local useraccounts using the NET USERS command at the MS-DOS command prompt:

Parameters                Description-----------------------   ----------------------------------------------/EXPIRES:[date | NEVER]   Causes the account to expire if a date is set.                          NEVER sets no time limit on the account./PROFILEPATH[:path]       Sets a path for the user's logon profile./TIMES:[times | ALL]      User logon hours.				

For further information on the NET USERS command, type the following atthe MS-DOS command prompt:


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