Shows local group membership with group name and user name, listing all members of each group |
Lists local group membership with group name and user name, listing all users that are members of each group. This free tool allows you to check if user is a member of a local group and get user group membership information instead of running PowerShell, WMI queries or command line utilities (such as "net localgroup list members"). It has a capability to get user group membership, listing all group members and then export group membership to csv. You can also create alerts when Windows group membership changes, such as new user is added to local group or removed from local group.
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Find more information on Local Group Membership at Microsoft TechNet.