determine the DC I am authenticating to

I would like to know how to determine the DC I am authenticating to.

any idea?

thanks
jskfanAsked:
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fruhjCommented:
I think you can type set and see a list of system variables.
I'm not logged into a domain at the moment, So I don't see the variable at the moment, but I seem to remember this working

open a dos prompt, type set hit enter and look down the list
once you see the variable name, you can also say set variablename to get just that one line of output.
jskfanAuthor Commented:
which variable?  I typed   Set Compspec. and it gave me the path to cmd.exe.

could you specify which variable ?
Erik BjersPrincipal Systems AdministratorCommented:
go to the command prompt and run the following line

ECHO %LOGONSERVER%

This will tell you the server you are loged into

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Erik BjersPrincipal Systems AdministratorCommented:
P.S. to open a command prompt go to start -> run -> type cmd and hit enter
fruhjCommented:
ebjers has it - it was called logon server

if you had just typed set, it would have been listed, along with it's value
jskfanAuthor Commented:
ECHO %LOGONSERVER%

excellent!
Erik BjersPrincipal Systems AdministratorCommented:
Glad it worked, thanks for the points

BTW you can also get the information from a variable by typing

set veriablename

i.e.   set logonserver
mgpremkumarCommented:
hi,

just type "set" at the command prompt and press enter

for just the logon server type "set l"

regards,
prem
fruhjCommented:
Thanks for the split - I know I didn't get you 100% there, but hopefully got the discussion rolling!
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