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.NET / IIS 6 :  Where did a user get their current permissions.

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I'm hoping to provide some flexable content pages, so people in different groups get slightly different results.  I'm currently using active directory groups to provide access to these pages via integrated authentication.   I can (of course) use Request.ServerVariables("AUTH_USER") to get their current domain/username, but is there a way to check which AD GROUP gave them their access to the current page?
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The easiest way is to use a windows scripting.  Once you have the username, you can finger the controller for more information on the user.

Here is a page that should shed some light.  The only problem that might occurr is permissions, whether you have access to execute windows scripting commands.

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