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server 2003 event ID 1202 source SceCli

Posted on 2009-05-08
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Hello
i ran through the article on using secedit/gpupdate and found the account giving trouble and
it seems to be the "anonymous" account.

Is there a fix for this ?

thank you
Error 1332: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
 	Cannot find anonymous.
	Configure S-1-5-21-4072206505-3571223319-3183791596-1113.
	Configure S-1-5-21-4072206505-3571223319-3183791596-1118.
 
	User Rights configuration was completed with one or more errors.

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