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Is it possible to list all group memberships for a certain AD user?
I thought it was something like:

net user londondom\john

But this doesn't seem to work for AD users. The same command will work for local users though:

net user johnlocal

Any ideas?

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Try the following. I think it only works on the currently logged-in domain:

net user john /domain
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Thanks, for some reason I was trying it with the domain group before the username and it didn't like it. – Rubans Mar 21 '11 at 15:51

Write all direct groups for the account

dsquery user -samid loginname | dsget user -memberof >> groups.txt

List all group for the login account, additionally show nested groups(recursive)

dsquery user -samid loginname | dsget user -memberof -expand 
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