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Mon, Feb 22, 2016 10:26 pm

Determining the groups to which a user belongs

If you have a Microsoft Windows domain and want to determine the groups to which an account belongs from a command line interface (CLI), aka a command prompt, you can do so using the DSQUERY and DSGET commands. The dsquery command allows you to query the Active Directory (AD) service according to specified criteria. E.g. the dsquery user command finds users in the directory. By adding a user name at the end of the command, you can view information for that user.

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