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Finding Objects with given SID W2K Server

Posted on 2007-11-29
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I want to find out the objects that are represented by their SID's in a foloder Security settings.

Thanks in advance
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If this were possible, you'd actually see the names, not the SIDs ...
These are either users or groups that have been deleted, or objects from a trusted domain were the trust has been removed or the DC isn't accessible.
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You can resolve SIDs to objects in Active Directory, but oBdA is right. The object has to exist. If you just see SIDs on a folder then the object has been deleted or the domain is unavailable.
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Thanks guys.
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