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What NET command shows you the DC you logged into?

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This is driving me absolutely crazy.  I have been searching on the web and cannot find the command.

Thanks!
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You'll find the authenticating server in the environment variable %logonserver%, so you don't need a net command. A simple
echo %logonserver%
or
set l
will do the trick.
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argh... no wonder why I wasn't finidng a "net" command... thanks!
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