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Determine User name with SID

Posted on 2004-09-11
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We have 3 file servers in which I've implemented auditing. Now when I'm trying to "read" these audits, the problem: the SID is displayed (not the username). Please help me read these audit logs. Thank you people.
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Question by:Mir Ali
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More points then more results and answers
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you could also try http://www.emco.is/eventlog_auditpro/screenshots.html it may be more informative
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