How to view user privileges using windows cmd?

[Origin]: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11607389/how-to-view-user-privileges-using-windows-cmd

I’d start with secedit /export /areas USER_RIGHTS /cfg OUTFILE.CFG. Then examine the line for the relevant privilege. However, the problem now is that the accounts are listed as SIDs, not usernames.

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This is pretty horrible to use but it works well. After exporting the template using Simon’s command above, you can import it again using: Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg outfile.cfg /quiet /areas USER_RIGHTS– NikG Mar 20 ’15 at 17:51

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