How do I get the group membership of a user in ad?
- Run the dsa. msc snap-in;
- Right-click on the domain root and select Find;
- Enter a username and click Find Now;
- Open the user properties and go to the Member of tab;
- This tab lists the groups the selected user is a member of.
How do I get user group membership in PowerShell? The PowerShell Get-ADGroupMember cmdlet is used to list the members of an Active Directory group. You can just type the cmdlet in a PowerShell window and you’ll be prompted to enter the name of the group you want to use.
How can I see the members of a user group? 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. In the properties window for the user account, switch to the “Member Of” tab.
How can I see the members of ad group in CMD? To List All the Users in a Particular Group: Run Netwrix Auditor → Navigate to “Reports” → Click “Predefined” → Expand the “Active Directory” section → Go to “Active Directory – State-in-Time” → Select “Group Members” → Click “View”.