The command: "NET HELP GROUP" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available
The `NET GROUP`
command is used in the Windows command line (`cmd`
) to manage group information on a Windows network. Here are examples of how to use this command, along with detailed descriptions:
Example 1: View all groups on the local computer
This command lists all groups on the local computer. The output contains information such as the group name, comments, and the members of the groups.
Example 2: View members of a specific group
net group "group name"
A list of members for the specified group named "Group Name"
is displayed here. Replace "Group Name"
with the actual name of the group.
Example 3: Adding a user to a group
net group "group name" user name /add
This command adds the user named "username"
to the group "groupname"
. The `/add`
switch indicates that a user should be added.
Example 4: Removing a user from a group
net group "group name" user name /delete
Here the user named "Username"
is removed from the group "Groupname"
. The `/delete`
switch indicates that a user should be removed.
Example 5: View details about a group, including members
net group "group name" /domain
This command displays detailed information about a group, including members if the group is based on a domain. The `/domain`
switch specifies that the group should be queried on a domain.
Example 6: Creating a new group
net group "NewGroup" /add /comment:"A new group" /domain
This command creates a new group named NewGroup. The `/add`
switch indicates that a group should be added. The comment is set to "A new group"
and the `/domain`
switch specifies that the group should be created on a domain.
Example 7: View a user's group memberships
net user "username" /domain
This shows which groups the user named "Username"
belongs to on a domain. The `/domain`
switch indicates that the user should be queried on a domain.
Please note that the availability of certain options may vary depending on the version of Windows. You can use `NET GROUP /?`
in the command prompt to check the specific options and syntax details.