If your computer is running in a corporate environment, one day you may wonder which Active Directory (AD) groups your current user is a member of.
The easiest way to see what AD groups i am a member of is by executing the appropriate commands from a command prompt (CMD or PowerShell) and this short note shows how to do this.
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What Active Directory Groups Am I In?
To find out what Active Directory groups i am a member of, run one the following commands from the command prompt (CMD or PowerShell):
C:\> whoami /groups
– or –
C:\> gpresult /r
The commands above will list all the AD groups the current user is a member of.
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