NET HELP LOCALGROUP: modifies local groups on computers. When used without options, it displays the local groups on the computer.


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... "NET HELP LOCALGROUP" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
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The command: "NET HELP LOCALGROUP" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available

The examples for the command "NET HELP LOCALGROUP"

The `NET LOCALGROUP` command is used on the Windows command line to manage local groups on a computer. Here are examples of using this command: Example 1: View all local groups on the computer

net local group

Description: This command lists all local groups on the computer, including their members. Example 2: View details about a specific local group

net localgroup "group name"

Description: This displays a list of members and other details for the specific local group named "Group Name". Example 3: Adding a user to a local group

net localgroup "group name" user name /add

Description: This command adds the user named "username" to the local group "groupname". The `/add` switch indicates that a user should be added. Example 4: Removing a user from a local group

net localgroup "group name" user name /delete

Description: Here the user named "username" is removed from the local group "groupname". The `/delete` switch indicates that a user should be removed. Example 5: View members of a specific local group

net localgroup "group name"

Description: This command displays a list of members for the local group named "group_name". Example 6: Creating a new local group

net localgroup "NewGroup" /add

Description: This command creates a new local group named NewGroup. The `/add` switch indicates that a group should be added. Example 7: View details about a local group and its members

net localgroup "group name" /domain

Description: This command displays detailed information about a local group, including members if the group is domain-based. The `/domain` switch specifies that the group 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 LOCALGROUP /?` in the command prompt to check the specific options and syntax details.

"NET HELP LOCALGROUP" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19045.3693]
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The syntax of this command is:


NET LOCALGROUP 
[groupname [/COMMENT:"text"]] [/DOMAIN]
              groupname  [/DOMAIN]
              groupname name [...] [/DOMAIN]

NET LOCALGROUP modifies local groups on computers. When used without 
options, it displays the local groups on the computer.

groupname        Is the name of the local group to add, expand, or
                 delete. Supply only a groupname to view a list of
                 users or global groups in a local group.
/COMMENT:"text"  Adds a comment for a new or existing group. 
                 Enclose the text in quotation marks. 
/DOMAIN          Performs the operation on the domain controller 
                 of the current domain. Otherwise, the operation is 
                 performed on the local workstation. 
name [ ...]      Lists one or more usernames or groupnames to add or to 
                 remove from a local group. Separate multiple entries with 
                 a space. Names may be users or global groups, but not 
                 other local groups. If a user is from another domain, 
                 preface the username with the domain name (for 
                 example, SALES\RALPHR).
/ADD             Adds a groupname or username to a local group. An account 
                 must be established for users or global groups added to a
                 local group with this command.
/DELETE          Removes a groupname or username from a local group.

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Important information, tips for the "NET HELP LOCALGROUP" command

When using the `NET LOCALGROUP` command on the Windows command line, you should note the following points: 1. Administrative Privileges: - Running `NET LOCALGROUP` requires administrative privileges. Make sure you open Command Prompt as an administrator to access all necessary resources. 2. Use correct syntax: - Be sure to use the correct syntax for the `NET LOCALGROUP` command, especially when using additional options or parameters. Incorrect syntax can lead to errors. 3. Check group names: - Make sure you use the correct group name. Incorrect group names result in errors or possibly unwanted actions. 4. View group availability: - Use `NET LOCALGROUP` without parameters to display a list of all local groups on the computer. 5. Show members of a group: - Use `NET LOCALGROUP "group_name"` to display a list of members for a specific local group. 6. Using `/add` for adding groups or users: - If you want to add a new local group or a user to a group, use the `/add` switch, e.g. E.g. `NET LOCALGROUP "group name" user name /add`. 7. Using `/delete` to remove groups or users: - If you want to remove a local group or a user from a group, use the `/delete` switch, e.g. E.g. `NET LOCALGROUP "group name" user name /delete`. 8. Verification of Members Before Changes: - Before adding or removing members, check the current member status of the group with `NET LOCALGROUP "group name"`. 9. Verifying a User's Memberships: - You can use `NET USER "username"` to get information about a user's memberships in local groups. 10. Undoing changes: - Make sure you know how to undo changes, especially when adding or removing users. 11. Logging and logging: - Log actions if necessary to track changes and make them available for future review. 12. Compatibility with Windows versions: - Available options and behaviors may vary depending on the version of Windows. Make sure your commands are compatible with the specific version of the operating system. By paying attention to these points, you can use the `NET LOCALGROUP` command safely and effectively in your environment.


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The command NET HELP LOCALGROUP - modifies local groups on computers. When used without options, it displays the local groups on the computer.

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