User in AD group

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Returns true if the current user (user that launched the system integrity inspector.exe) belongs to the domain group (including nested groups) that the rule is testing and false if they do not.

Note: The group names are read out the security token and does not query the domain. The group values in the security token are stored as SAM account names (pre windows 2000 names) and this is what has to be specified to be tested.
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