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// at first you install "npm install --save path"

//put this code into app.js

var path = require('path');
var userName = process.env['USERPROFILE'].split(path.sep)[2];
var computerName = process.env['COMPUTERNAME'];
var loginId1 = path.join("domainName",userName);
var loginId2 = path.join("computerName",computerName);

// type "node app.js" in command prompt


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