Shows Windows local groups on remote computers with
domain, name, description and SID |
Views local Windows groups with group name, description, SID and more. This free tool allows you to export local groups from multiple computers, similar to running "net localgroup" or "net group" commands or PowerShell script (WMI query for Win32_Group) on all domain workstations at once. For example, you can query local Administrators group from remote computers and get a list of these Windows user groups almost instantly from all of your workstations. You can also create alerts when new local Windows groups are created or modified and export all local groups to Excel.
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Find more information on Local Groups at Microsoft TechNet.