showing server you have authenticated to urgent

how do you do this?

cmd line util?

anything else?

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You need to provide much more information for anyone to be able to help you. I have no idea what you're trying to do. What do you mean by "showing server".....what server os, workstation os? Please explain in more detail.
The logon server?
Open a command prompt, enter
echo %logonserver%

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oBdA has the answer

Just FYI - A quick way to view all set variables is just to type "set" at a cmd line and read what the variable is = to.
mhamerAuthor Commented:
Cheers,just what i needed,

Looking back i was a bit spare in giving information, but it was answered.

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