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Language: Web Development
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 15, 1997

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How to use the "NLIST" command in Novell 4.x effectively

Question:
How do I use the "NLIST" command in Novell 4.x effectively?

Answer:
The "NLIST" command is a very powerful tool that gives you access to a myriad of information concerning your network. Try out the following examples:

To list the members of the group "ENGINEERS," type:

nlist group=ENGINEERS show MEMBER 
For member in the group "MAIL ROOM," type:
nlist group="mail room" show member
Note the use of quotes when the group name consists of more than one word. To find out when a user last logged in, you would type:
nlist user="Doe_J" show "last login time" 
This command will show you the account balance for user "Rex_S":
nlist user="Rex_S" show "Account Balance"  
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