Generate new sid on a Windows 7 Pc in SCCM 2007 Enviroment

I have a Computer that needs to create a new Sid. I know you stop a Service then preform some task and this will generate a new Sid.
However I am not sure of the name of the service and name of task you perform. A tech who no longer works for my company explained this process to me when I first started the job. But I don't remember the specifics. Can a SCCM 2007 Guru Help
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
try this.

preferred method to set a new SID on a Windows machine is to use Sysprep. Before running Sysprep, you may wish to verify the current SID on the sytem that you wish to modify. This can easily be done by running the psgetsid utility, which is part of the excellent Pstools developed by Mark Russinovich. The output of the psgetsid command can be seen below, showing the current machine SID:


 Next you can sysprep by running the following command:
C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep\sysprep.exe

 
On the Sysprep, screen make sure that you tick the ‘Generalize’ tick box as shown below:
 

 The Sysprep process will take a few minutes to run, and will automatically reboot the system if you chose to do so. On reboot, the following screen will be displayed. Click ‘Next’ to continue:
 

 After the sysprep process is complete, you can run psgetsid again to verify that a new SID has been generated for this computer:
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powerztomAuthor Commented:
Randy your posting is much  appreciated. Thank You.
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