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Hi all,

I loged into windows 2003 server with an user name and password.I need to check whether My account is having administrative rights using the command prompt.


I tried to install an application in between it through a message as it is not an administrative user.

I need to run a script or bat file so that it will show whether the current user is having administrative right.


Please help

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Are you wanting to check local (just the computer) admin rights, or domain rights???

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yes I am looking for local machine.
Not for Domain right's

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oh, for local admin rights that is easy to check.

Make sure you can install something. See if you can get into and system configurations like msconfig (Start > Run > type msconfig > hit enter), see if you can get into control panel, see if you can change the time, see if you can see a new desktop and / or screensaver.

If you can't do most of those, then you don't have local admin rights.

That is how i can check at school :P :D

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if you are unable to run lusrmgr.msc, then you don't have local admin priveledges

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