Translating a user GUID to a username

Posted on 2007-07-21
Last Modified: 2008-05-30
Hi Experts..

I am getting the following error on my win2k3 box running exchange 2007 in a cluster environment.  

EVENT ID: 9646
DESCRIPTION: Mapi session "56ac52eb-fd30-499a-bf24-6596fea7b9d4" exceeded the maximum of 32 objects of type "session".

I know that the UNKNOWN user is unable to connect to my exchange box due to his MAPI limit has been reached.  I have found a fix for the above but need to find out what user is generating the event id.  Can anyone help me to translate the GUID  to a username.  Is there a tool available to do this or can this be done on the win2k3 Server that generates the Event Id?

Thanks and regards

Question by:JacquesDreyer
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