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how to get local group of domain users in Window 2000 server?

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there are some local groups in a window 2000 server.  in each local group that contains some domain users. these local groups are used to control domain users access the folders.
i would like to use vb to write an application so that we can clearly to know each domain user belongs to which group(s) and access right of folders they can access.
is there any ocx or dll that i can use?
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