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dsa.msc to find a service ac part of (member of) which groups


dsa.msc to find a service ac part of (member of) which groups

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Hi,

Using dsa.msc is an easier manual way to find any service ac / user part of (member of) which groups?

What is the equivalent statement to get the details via powershell?

Tried to find using dsget seems like not working.

If anyone is aware of this, kindly advise!

Thanks.
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SQL-DBA-01 - Tuesday, January 2, 2018 1:46 PM
Hi,

Using dsa.msc is an easier manual way to find any service ac / user part of (member of) which groups?

What is the equivalent statement to get the details via powershell?

Tried to find using dsget seems like not working.

If anyone is aware of this, kindly advise!


Download and import the ActiveDirectory Powershell module. You can find some similar things using the cmdlets for Active Directory such as Get-ADUser, Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership
For dsget, dsquery on your own PC (not a server) you need to install the Remote Server Administration Tools

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