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Problem to extract NTML hashes for this users,strange situation

Posted on 2016-11-23
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Ok so i type lusrmgr.msc there i find 2 administrator:
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I use saminside to extract hashes everyhting ok
then i open task manager/users and i see there other 5 users connected, what ????
i search again and i find them in remote desktop users group,now i just wondering how to extract their hashes?
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Question by:john lambert
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Why do you think a missing dsa.msc is a proof for the machine not being a domain member? What is ANRSC?
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by:john lambert
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i don't know what is ANRSC i thought is a domain but is not,i don't know
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The security token displayed in e.g. group members have to be resolvable. In fact they are "numerical" SIDs. Since this machine is able to translate the SID to a displayable name, it has to be either a domain name or the local machine name. You cannot use a non-local machine name here. We cannot help with that at all.
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by:john lambert
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all respect master Qlemo
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