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View a list of site groups

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Use the Site Administration pages to view site groups

  1. On the Site Settings page for the Web site, in the Administration section, click Go to Site Administration .

  2. On the Site Administration page, in the Users and Permissions section, click Manage site groups .

    Microsoft displays the site groups available for the Web site on the Manage Site Groups page.

Use the command line to view site groups

You can view site groups and site group membership from the command line in Microsoft . To view the list of site groups, you use the enumroles operation. This operation takes the url parameter, and then displays a list of the names of the site groups for that Uniform Resource Locator (URL). Use this list to identify the name of the correct site group when assigning permissions to users. For example, to view the list of site groups for a site, type the following command:

stsadm -o enumroles -url http://server_name/site_name
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