it's depressing to me how many people that i run into today that have an excrutiatingly limited knowledge about the command line in windows, and yet they are considered experts on the platform. that aside, i figured i would share a couple of very simple uses.
something people ask a lot is what domain groups they are in. you can run 'net user %username% /domain' from the command line to see what domain groups you are in. it does cut off the names if they are too long, so the ad tools are better or using vbscript to query, but this...
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