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How to find the logon logon server in AD domain environment

Started by admin, March 24, 2015, 11:26:30 pm

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How you can find the which users are login from which logon server in the same Domain, From command line.

If you are the System Administrator for windows server and you want to known about the user info like currently logged-in user authenticated from which logon server. Then this article will be help you out to find the same from command line, And this command do not need admin privileges to command can be run by users self or run as standard users.

Step 1 - Just Go to the client machine in which user are logged in to.
Step 2 - Open Command prompt, by typing cmd in RUN
Step 3 - Here is two command where you can find the logon server info.
Type - “echo %logonserver%” - This will provide only the logon server only.
Type -  “whoami” This command will help you to find the logon Domain name and username







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