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how to add a user to a group with DOS commands

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I would like to add a member to a group (Computer Management->Local Users and Groups) if the member is not in the group. How to code in DOS shell commands about it?
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Here you go ... you can run this as a batch file or from the command prompt
net localgroup administrators /add Domainname\username
 
In this case the domain user is added to the local admin group
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