Workstation and Workstation User Functions

The network management workstation functions perform administrative tasks on a local or remote workstation. Only a user or application with admin group membership, on a local or remote server, can perform administrative tasks on a workstation to control its operation, user access, and resource sharing. For more information about calling functions that require administrator privileges, see Running with Special Privileges.

The workstation functions are listed following.

FunctionDescription
NetWkstaGetInfo Returns information about the configuration elements for a workstation.
NetWkstaSetInfo Configures a workstation.

 

The workstation functions allow access to two discrete types of workstation information:

  • System information
  • Platform-specific information

Within each type the data is categorized by security access. Data that is guest-accessible is a subset of the data that is user-accessible, which is in turn a subset of the admin-accessible data.

Workstation information is available at the following levels:

The network management workstation user functions allow access to user-specific information. The user-specific information is separated from the workstation information because there can be more than one user on a workstation.

The workstation user functions are listed following.

FunctionDescription
NetWkstaUserEnum Lists information about all users currently logged on to the workstation.
NetWkstaUserGetInfo Returns information about one currently logged-on user.
NetWkstaUserSetInfo Sets the user-specific information for the configuration elements of a workstation.

 

Workstation user information is available at the following levels:

 

 

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