Is there a Windows equivalent of Unix "whoami" command? If so, what is it?
Since Windows 2000, the
whoami command has been part of the standard command line (thanks to pk for clearing that up in comments!).
You can do this: Open a command prompt and type "set" then hit enter. This shows active environment variables. Current logged on username is stored in the USERNAME env variable and your domain is stored in the USERDOMAIN variable.
To piggy-back off the other answers, from a cmd line:
will get you the complete logged on user in domain\username format.
You can do the same thing with Powershell with this: