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Win32_NetworkLoginProfile Class

The Win32_NetworkLoginProfile class represents the network login information of a particular user on a Win32 system. This includes, but is not limited to, password status, access privileges, disk quotas, and login directory paths.
Namespace value is root/CIMV2.
WMI Provider value is CIMWin32.


Properties

  • AccountExpires
  • The AccountExpires property specifies when the account will expire. This value is calculated from the number of seconds elapsed since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970, and is set in this format: yyyymmddhhmmss.mmmmmm sutc.
    Example: 20521201000230.000000 000

  • AuthorizationFlags
  • The AuthorizationFlags property contains a set of flags that specify the resources a user is authorized to use or modify.

  • BadPasswordCount
  • The BadPasswordCount property indicates the number of times the user enters a bad password when logging on to a Win32 system.
    Example: 0

  • Caption
  • A short textual description (one-line string) of the CIM_Setting object.

  • CodePage
  • The CodePage property specifies the code page for the user's language of choice. A code page is the character set used.

  • Comment
  • The Comment property contains a comment or description for this login profile.

  • CountryCode
  • The CountryCode property specifies the country/region code for the user's language of choice.

  • Description
  • A textual description of the CIM_Setting object.

  • Flags
  • The Flags property indicates the properties available to this network profile. Properties that can be set include:
    0 - Script - A logon script executed. This value must be set for LAN Manager 2.0 and Windows NT/Windows 2000.
    1 - Account Disabled - The user's account is disabled.
    3 - Home Dir Required - A home directory is required. This value is ignored in Windows NT/Windows 2000.
    4 - Lockout - The account is currently locked out. For NetUserSetInfo, this value can be cleared to unlock a previously locked account. This value cannot be used to lock a previously unlocked account.
    5 - Password Not Required - No password is required.
    6 - Paswword Can't Change - The user cannot change the password.
    7 - Encrypted Test Password Allowed - Windows 2000: The user's password is stored under reversible encryption in the Active Directory.
    8 - Temp Duplicate Account - An account for users whose primary account is in another domain. This account provides user access to this domain, but not to any domain that trusts this domain. The User Manager refers to this account type as a local user account.
    9 - Normal Account - Default account type that represents a typical user.
    11 - InterDomain Trust Account - A permit to trust account for a domain that trusts other domains.
    12 - WorkStation Trust Account - A computer account for a Windows NT/Windows 2000 workstation or a Windows NT/Windows 2000 server that is a member of this domain.
    13 - Server Trust Account - A computer account for a backup domain controller that is a member of this domain.
    16 - Don't Expire Password - For Windows NT/Windows 2000: password should never expire on the account.
    17 - MNS Logon Account - MNS locon account type that represents a MNS user.
    18 - Smartcard Required - Windows 2000: Requires the user to log on to the user account with a smart card.
    19 - Trusted For Delegation - Windows 2000: The account is enabled for delegation. This is a security-sensitive setting; accounts with this option enabled should be tightly controlled. This setting allows a service running under the account to assume a client's identity and authenticate as that user to other remote servers on the network.
    20 - Not Delegated - Windows 2000: Marks the account as 'sensitive'; other users cannot act as delegates of this user account.
    21 - Use DES Key Only - Windows 2000: Restrict this principal to use only Data Encryption Standard (DES) encryption types for keys.
    22 - Don't Require Preauthorization - Windows 2000: This account does not require Kerberos preauthentication for logon.
    23 - Password Expired - Indicates that password has expired.

  • FullName
  • The FullName property indicates the full name of the user belonging to the network login profile. This string can beempty if the user chooses not to associate a full name with a user name.

  • HomeDirectory
  • The HomeDirectory property specifies the path to the home directory of the user. This string may be empty if the user chooses not to specify a home directory.
    Example: \HOMEDIR

  • HomeDirectoryDrive
  • The HomeDirectoryDrive property specifies the drive letter assigned to the user's home directory for logon purposes.
    Example: C:

  • LastLogoff
  • The LastLogoff property specifies the date and time the user last logged off the system. This value is calculated from the number of seconds elapsed since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970. A value of zero means that the last logoff time is unknown. The format of this value is yyyymmddhhmmss.mmmmmm sutc.
    Example: 19521201000230.000000 000

  • LastLogon
  • The LastLogon property indicates the date and time the user last logged on to the system. This value is calculated from the number of seconds elapsed since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970. The format of this value is yyyymmddhhmmss.mmmmmm sutc.
    Example: 19521201000230.000000 000

  • LogonHours
  • The LogonHours property specifies the times during the week when the user can log on. Each bit represents a unit of time specified by the UnitsPerWeek member. For instance, if the unit of time is hourly, the first bit (bit 0, word 0) is Sunday, 0:00 to 0:59; the second bit (bit 1, word 0) is Sunday, 1:00 to 1:59; and so on. If this member is set to NULL, then there is no time restriction. The time is set to GMT and must be adjusted for other time zones (for example, GMT minus 8 hours for PST).

  • LogonServer
  • The LogonServer property contains the name of the server to which logon requests are sent. Server names should be preceded by two backslashes (\\). A server name with an asterisk (\\*) indicates that the logon request can be handled by any logon server. A null string indicates that requests are sent to the domain controller.
    Example: \\MyServer

  • MaximumStorage
  • The MaximumStorage property specifies the maximum amount of disk space available to the user. If MaximumStorage is set to USER_MAXSTORAGE_UNLIMITED the user is allowed to use all available disk space.
    Example: 10000000

  • Name
  • The Name property specifies the name of the user account on a particular domain or machine. The number of characters in the name cannot exceed the value of UNLEN.
    Example: somedomain\johndoe

  • NumberOfLogons
  • The NumberOfLogons property indicates the number of successful times the user tried to log on to this account. A value of 0xFFFFFFFF indicates that the value is unknown. This property is maintained separately on each backup domain controller (BDC) in the domain. To get an accurate value only the largest value from all BDCs should be used.
    Example: 4

  • Parameters
  • The Parameters property contains space set aside for use by applications. This string can be null, or it can have any number of characters before the terminating null character. Microsoft products use this member to store user configuration information. Do not modify this information because this value is specific to an application.

  • PasswordAge
  • The PasswordAge property indicates the length of time a password has been in effect. This value is measured from the number of seconds elapsed since the password was last changed.
    Example: 00001201000230.000000 000

  • PasswordExpires
  • The PasswordExpires property indicates the date and time when the password will expire. The value is set in this format: yyyymmddhhmmss.mmmmmm sutc
    Example: 19521201000230.000000 000

  • PrimaryGroupId
  • The PrimaryGroupId property specifies the relative ID (RID) of the Primary Global Group for this user. The identifier verifies the primary group to which the user's profile belongs.

  • Privileges
  • The privileges property specifies the level of privilege assigned to the usri3_name property.

  • Profile
  • The Profile property specifies a directory path to the user's profile. This value can be a null string, a local absolute path, or a UNC path. A user profile contains settings that are customizable for each user such as the desktop colors.
    Example: C:\Winnt

  • ScriptPath
  • The ScriptPath property indicates the directory path to the user's logon script. A logon script automatically executes a set of commands each time a user logs on to a system.
    Example: C:\win\profiles\ThomasSteven

  • SettingID
  • The identifier by which the CIM_Setting object is known.

  • UnitsPerWeek
  • The UnitsPerWeek property indicates the number of time units the week is divided into. It is used with the LogonHours property to limit user access to the computer.
    Example: 168 (hours per week

  • UserComment
  • The UserComment property contains a user defined comment or description for this profile.

  • UserId
  • The UserId property specifies the relative ID (RID) of the user. The identifier verifies that the user exists and is unique to this domain.

  • UserType
  • The UserType property indicates the type of account the user has privileges to.

  • Workstations
  • The Workstations property contains the names of workstations from which the user can log on. Up to eight workstations can be specified; the names must be separated by commas (,). A null string indicates no restrictions. To disable logons from all workstations to this account, set the UF_ACCOUNTDISABLE in the Flags property of this class.


    Methods

    Method not found.

    Example WQL

    SELECT * FROM Win32_NetworkLoginProfile
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