How to remove user from group using command line in Windows 10 ?


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You can use the net localgroup command and specify the /delete parameter to remove the user from a group using command line in Windows 10.

The format of the command is as shown below.


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net localgroup <groupname> <username> /delete

How to remove user from group using command line in Windows 10 ?

1. Open command prompt from the elevated administrator mode.

2. Enter the command. For example , if you want to remove the user abundantcodeuser from the Administrator group , you can do that using the below command

net localgroup administrators abundantcodeuser /delete


Note that when you try to run the command without the elevated mode , you will get the access denied error.

C:\Users&gt;net localgroup administrators abundantcodeuser /delete
System error 5 has occurred.
Access is denied.
C:\Users&gt;
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