Windows Logged-In User name in Windows Application

Hi

I have a Windows-Application written in vb.net, how do I get the windows-authenticated logged-in user id?

I'm using vs2010
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Environment.UserName
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Chris MillardCommented:
From what I understand, the Environment.UserName doesn't work on non-domain operating systems
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moon_blue69Commented:
"whoami" will return the currently logged in user -> this is from a command line. Will it help you to find a way to write your script?
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alfardanAuthor Commented:
That's the answer that I wanted exactly, thank you
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