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I have a lot of users on Windows Server 2003 and I want to pull up all the users who are members of the REMOTE DESKTOP USERS and DOMAIN REMOTE DESKTOP USERS group. How do I do this?

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I have a lot of users on Windows Server 2003 and I want to pull up all the users who are members of the REMOTE DESKTOP USERS and DOMAIN REMOTE DESKTOP USERS group. How do I do this?
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There is only a local group Remote Desktop Users, AFAIK, so
  net localgroup "Remote Desktop Users"
should list all users.
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there are definitely both groups... is there any utility i can use that lists all groups on a server and their members?
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You usually only get either all groups, or the members of a group. Anything beyond that needs additional tools or VBS/Powershell/batch code.
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Active Directory Users and Computers - will show you a list of everyone in the group in question on a DC.  Otherwise, Computer Management looking at the local groups.  If you want a script to list the members, google yields many results - http://www.rlmueller.net/List%20Members%20of%20a%20Group.htm - includes both a VB and Powershell script.

If you want something else, can you be more specific?
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