Need VB Script to list all users in administrators group.

We would like to be able to run a VBS script to tell us who is a member of the administrators group on a remote machine.

I can modify it to run on several computers, I just can't find the code tidbit that will tell me where to look for that information.

Scriptomatic does not return useful information, rather it returns a lot of information about the local accounts and then a bunch of info about what looks like every account on the domain. (see below)

I will probably be out until Monday for replying to questions.

Thanks in advance!




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Computer: computername
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Caption: computername\Administrators
Description: Administrators have complete and unrestricted access to the computer/domain
Domain: computername

LocalAccount: True
Name: Administrators
SID: XXX
SIDType: 4
Status: OK

Caption: computername\Backup Operators
Description: Backup Operators can override security restrictions for the sole purpose of backing up or restoring files
Domain: computername

LocalAccount: True
Name: Backup Operators
SID: XXX
SIDType: 4
Status: OK
TechniMemphisAsked:
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sirbountyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
This should work...
arrComputers = Array("ComputerA", "ComputerB") 'etc...
 
For Each PC in arrComputers
  Set objAdmin = GetObject("WinNT://" & PC & "/Administrators")
  For Each objUser in objAdmin.Members
    wscript.echo objUser.Name
  Next
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TechniMemphisAuthor Commented:
Wow, that was fast!
May I ask what you use as a reference for looking up items such as this?
I only have scriptomatic as a guide and haven't found anything particularly user friendly on the web (the microsoft developer's site is not very useful)
Thanks again!
Chad
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sirbountyCommented:
Happened to have that one in my toolkit.
I have so many scripts stored across about 5 different systems, I can usually find what I'm looking for by searching for a keyword.
4guysfromrolla, w3schools and the hey scripting guys at microsoft are some of my favorite resources though...

Thanx for the grade. :^)
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