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Windows Vista Home Basic does not have the local groups pane. How how can I tell what groups my user account is a member of?

I need to know so I can build an unattended installation, what group(s) should my first Admin user belong to?

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Unattended install of Home Basic? – MDMarra Jan 22 '12 at 2:01
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net user username should show group membership of a user account.

net localgroup should show what local groups exist on the machine.

There is a local group named Administrators on every Windows installation. If you want to make someone an administrator, add them to that.

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