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Examples

For the following examples, CSE is running on site.example.cm.test. There is no need to specify a host parameter if csecmd is running on the local CSE server.

>csecmd /list -host:site.example.cm.test

Administrator@example.cm.test:enabled

arlyn@example.cm.test:enabled

barfoo@example.cm.test:disabled

cmsink@example.cm.test:enabled

cmsink2@example.cm.test:disabled

cmsink3@example.cm.test:disabled

foobar@example.cm.test:enabled

imap@example.cm.test:disabled

jesse@example.cm.test:disabled

>csecmd /enable -user:barfoo@example.cm.test -host:site.example.cm.test

failed to enable user: barfoo@example.cm.test

>echo %ERRORLEVEL%

1

>csecmd /disable -user:foobar@example.cm.test -host:site.example.cm.test

foobar@example.cm.test disabled

>echo %ERRORLEVEL%

0

>csecmd /enable -user:barfoo@example.cm.test -host:site.example.cm.test

barfoo@example.cm.test enabled

>echo %ERRORLEVEL%

0


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