Need to Print Local Security Setting

I need to print out the Local Security Setting on multiple servers. SECEDIT give me the information, but it only show the SID. I need to be able to show the actual user or group that has rights to these settings.

Is there another program that i can use, or is there away to get the user name from the SID?

LCH-ITAsked:
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Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
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LCH-ITAuthor Commented:
GPinventory will not work with Windows 2000. When I tired to run an inventory, it informed me that it would only work on OS after 2000.

The only work around I found was to open the Local Security Policy on every server, and export the list to a txt file, then import it into a excel spreadsheet. (Import because the txt file was Tab Delimited)

Since I have 30+ servers, this is a pain in the rump everytime I have to do an audit. Any other ideas?
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Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
>>>Since I have 30+ servers, this is a pain in the rump everytime I have to do an audit. Any other ideas?
Then print the template directory from directory \Winnt\System32\GroupPolicy folder or \Winnt\Security Templates.
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LCH-ITAuthor Commented:
I can see that most of the setting for the Local Security Settings are in these folders, but I need a print out, with the user names. All I could find in the \Winnt\Security\Template directory was the SSID's.

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Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
>>>I can see that most of the setting for the Local Security Settings are in these folders, but I need a print out, with the user names. All I could find in the \Winnt\Security\Template directory was the SSID's.

BTW: - Local Security Policy applies to all users in the local computer. What are you trying to do ?

Thanks
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LCH-ITAuthor Commented:
I have audit each server to see who has rights to "Login Locally", "Shut Down Remote Systems", "Act as Part of the OS", "Log on as a Batch Job", etc...

Only way I found I can get this information is to do a screen print of the LSS.
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Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
>>>I have audit each server to see who has rights to "Login Locally", "Shut Down Remote Systems", "Act as Part of the OS", "Log on as a Batch Job", etc...

So your ultimate goal is to print the above settings or full Local Security Policy?
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LCH-ITAuthor Commented:
Both!
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LCH-ITAuthor Commented:
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