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|reply to TomBrooklyn |
Re: [WIN7] Where Do I See Notice of Administrator's Rights?
To see everything about the current user: type whoami /all at a command prompt.
Rights, aka privileges (hah, in Windows-speak the two words are generally treated as equivalent) are listed last.
For the uninitiated looking at this output: the relationship between an account and a privilege has 3 possible states:
- not granted to the account, in which case it won't be in the display
- granted but disabled, meaning a program running as this user can turn it on when needed
- granted and enabled, meaning it's immediately available