Deleting Mac OS X users remotely with dscl
Command line stuff for your Mac.
"The command I'll use is /usr/bin/dscl — the Directory Service command line utility. If you're familiar with CLI utilities, the syntax of dscl won't be problematic for you. It is a truly powerful program, bringing pretty much anything involved with NetInfo under your control. This is a good thing, but it is also dangerous. Which brings us to this warning:" Deleting Mac OS X users remotely with dscl - O'Reilly Mac DevCenter Blog
(Submitted by Noel Mon May 1, 2006 )
Our content can be syndicated: Main page Mac Page
Copyright 1999-2005 Noel Davis. Noel also runs web sites about sailing and kayaking.
All trademarks are the property of their owners.
All articles are owned by their author