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Verfiying Group memberships

By brian ·
IT has to provide a list, to all managers, of thier employees and what thier associated group memebership(s)are in NT. We have 6 domains and over 20,000 userids'. Manually almost impossible. We are lookin for some kind of utilty or process to help automate at least part of the process. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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by embassy_16 In reply to Verfiying Group membershi ...

I would use the Gpresult.exe tool that is available in the Windows 2000 Resource Kit. It can be downloaded from:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/tools/default.asp

Type gpresult /v (verbose mode)

This will display the following. Just what you are looking for plus a bit more.

- A list of the user's security privileges

- GPO details including globally unique identifier (GUID), friendly name, version, and source

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by doug.handley In reply to Verfiying Group membershi ...

Try NT WIn 2000 admin called Hyena alternatively try Dameware

They both export a full list of group members Local and global, search the web evals/demos can be downloaded for both of these they also do a **** of a lot more both are excellent tools

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