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getting windows user information in VB.NET

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hi!!
i want to get the information saved in the active directory.. of the user currently logged in at the work station. like.. his group name, username, full name etc.in VB.net

any1 havin gthe information regarding this. plz reply as early as possiible..
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Try this:-
Dim objNet As Object
Set objNet = CreateObject("WScript.NetWork")
Debug.Print objNet.UserName
Debug.Print objNet.ComputerName
Debug.Print objNet.UserDomain
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Also, please attend to your open questions:-
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Thanks!
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