How do I find user groups? There are multiple ways to find out the groups a user belongs to. The primary user’s group is stored in the /etc/passwd file and the supplementary groups, if any, are listed in the /etc/group file. One way to find the user’s groups is to list the contents of those files using cat , less or grep .
How do I see a list of groups in Linux? Use the most commonly used “cat” command to get the list of the groups available in the “/etc/group” file. When you run the command, you will get the list of the groups.
How do I find the users group in Windows? Hit Windows+R, type “lusrmgr. msc” into the Run box, and then hit Enter. In the “Local Users and Groups” window, select the “Users” folder, and then double-click the user account you want to look at.
How do I find my groups in CMD?
- Open up a command promt (cmd.exe or PowerShell)
- Run: gpresult /V.