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Updated: 04/21/2016 05:04 AM
Author: Shiju Mathews
When we are in a network we will always wonder the active groups that we are in. Fortunately, there is a windows power shell command it will give the information about the groups that the current user is in
1. Type shell script on the start menu and click on windows power shell.
2. Type whoamI /groups /fo list
3. Press Enter.