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SHOWMBRS not in Server 2003 Resource Kit

Posted on 2004-08-27
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I used to use SHOWMBRS from the Win2K Server Resource Kit to list members of a security group.  Is there a similar tool in Server 2003?
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You can still use the W2k Resource Kit tools. There are several other useful tools missing in the free W2k3 Resource Kit. Just install them after the W2k3 ResKit, otherwise the W2k3 ResKit install will remove the W2k ResKit. In addition, you should adjust the Path environment variable afterwards, so that the path to the W2k3 tools appears before the one to the W2k tools. Or just copy the missing tools from the W2k kit into the W2k3 ResKit folder (or someplace else into the path).
Other tools you can use to enumerate global group membership:

net group "<YourGroupName>" /domain
(this works from any domain member)

global "<YourGroupName>" <YourDomainName>
(W2k Resource Kit)
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