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Recycler SID

Posted on 2008-06-16
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Is there an easy way, perhaps from the command line to find which SID relates to which user (login name) on a shared Windows XP machine. Reason I ask is I want to marry up the relevant Recycler folder (users recycle bin) to which user it belongs to based on the SID. I cannot gain access to this folder and can determine my SID based on the file I have read access to in the C:\Recycler folder.
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citrix article but works in xp, ust identify the SID and check teh profile path shoudl give you the user
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oops you might need teh article

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX965579
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