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Why would a SID not display the user or group name?

Posted on 2009-04-03
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Example:
SeNetworkLogonRight = *S-1-1-0,*S-1-5-11,*S-1-5-32-544
Is there a problem mapping the SID to A Name or Group?

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Mike
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Often times if the user or group is deleted, this will happen. It realizes that a certain SID has access to that resource, but there is no longer a user or group that corresponds to that SID. Have any users or groups been deleted that may have had access to the resource?
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I can understand that issue, Although in the examples above S-1-1-0 is for Everyone and S-1-5-11 is for Authenticated Users and both of these are active accounts that are used in othe setting that display the name or Group.
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mike
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