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using ntdsutil to list the duplicate sids in my domain

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Hi,
I'm using ntdsutil utility to find and list the duplicate sids in the domain and I am sure there are a number of duplicated sids in the network, becasue a number of ghosted machines were added to the domain before I joined that carry the same SID.

but the ntdsutil return an empty dupsid.log file.

what am I missing?, Is there  a way if I have an SID and need to check if this SID already exists in my domain, how do I do that?
 
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