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is there a windows 7 command line command that tells if you have successfully authenticated to the domain? So that you are sure that you are not using cached credentials?
I guess it wouldn't have to be command line, if there is something in win7 that would be fine too.
I ask because someone I work with is logging into his pc on the domain but can't get to any website. and the way our setup is, this happens when a computer is on the network but not authenticated, then the computer is blocked from all web traffic.
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Perhaps you could write a script that runs after logon and uses the stored authentication information to retest the account, and the connection.
The following page has an example of a script that could be modified to perform this sort of check.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14776696/how-to-use-obtained-credentials-in-powershell-to-find-groups-of-the-authenticate
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thank you.
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