Security unique identifiers

Posted on 2007-10-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
Regarding Security unique identifiers,

Lets say for example you are examining who can "logon as a service" through the Default domain controllers policy....You see account names  listed, and then you only see SID's like *S-1-5-21...........1165..which represents an administrator account somewhere.  I need to find out the user ID for that I have to logon to every server and check the registry to find who is logging in as a service  ????
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