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  1. Tool to test for administrator access

    Are there any tools that can be used to verify that a workstation is
    on the domain and has administrator access by domain admins. It could
    be done either with a network discovery tool or a supplied list of
    workstations.

    Thanks,
    Joseph Topping

  2. Re: Tool to test for administrator access

    [Q]: Are there any tools that can be used to verify that a workstation is on
    the domain ?
    [A]: From command line, type "net view /domain:yourdomain_name" that will
    give you list of all your computers in the domain.

    [Q]: Are there any tools that can be used to verify that a workstation has
    administrator access by domain admins?
    [A]: From command line, type 'local "Administrators"
    \\your_workstation_name'

    * Local.exe is a part of the Microsoft Windows 2000 Resource Kit.
    Shai

    "Joseph Topping" wrote in message
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    > Are there any tools that can be used to verify that a workstation is
    > on the domain and has administrator access by domain admins. It could
    > be done either with a network discovery tool or a supplied list of
    > workstations.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Joseph Topping




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