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As I can determine, that the user A is included into group B?

EgorovAlex
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I know, that there is NetUserGetGroups function.
But the situation is possible: user A -> group C -> group B.
Using NetUserGetGroups function I receive group C.
How to find out, to what groups the group C belongs?
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EgorovAlex, a better description may entice someone to answer your question. Myself, i' haven't a clue what your asking.

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2 shaneholmes:
Thank you for link.

2 rllibby:
I have the following situation in my Active Directory (Win2003):
user A - global group C - global group B

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Unfortunately I have not received the full answer to my question:
      
I have the following situation in my Active Directory (Win2003):
user A - global group C - global group B

How I can determine what the user A is included into group B?

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Also i have SID's for user A and group B (if it can help)

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Unfortunately I so have not received the answer as it is possible to determine, that the global group C is included into global group B
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