Version: 2.2.1 +
The formula 'IsMemberOfGroup' indicates whether the Windows User is member of a specified Active Directory Group.
In Windows, certain rights can be assigned to different Active Directory groups.
This formula can be used inside an intranet. For its users it can be checked if they belong to a Group that has certain rights, for intance access to certain functionalities.
The formula cannot be used over the internet. The login data of internet users are anonymous. Therefore the formula cannot recognize whether a user is part of a specific Group. The result of the formula will allways be 'False'.
This is the group name to check
Suppose you are in a certain Active Directory Group named CompanyName\Administration. The first part is the log-domain (in this example "Company Name") the second part is the group's name (in this example "Administration").