October 21, 1998

Changing Windows NT Password Progmatically

Question: How can I change my Windows NT server password through a program? Answer: Actually, this is rather simple. However, heed the following precaution from the MSDN documentation on this

MTS 2 import package error

Question: I attempted to import a package (*.PAK) file from another MTS server, and I got an error message. Both MTS servers are running the same version ofNT and MTS.

Finding User NAME on NT

Question: My problem is that once I get the logged-on user id, I need to get their full name from the NT security. Is this possible? For example: UID: jsmith123Name:


Question: Other than specifying the “/o” option, is there a way to direct isql output to a file? I would like to specify the file name dynamically in a stored

System-wide keyboard Hook

Question: I want to trap the special keys of Windows NT: Alt+Tab, Ctl+Alt+Del. In the first 10 minutes, I set a kbd hook and took a look at what were

NT and Windows 95/98 Network Integration

Question: At our school we have a Windows NT Server network (10O Base T and 10 Base T mix) for our students to use. We have a five-station peer-to-peer Windows


Question: When we copy an image (in bmp format) in a help file, we get a “not enough memory space” error when we compile. What are the formats of images