Need help understanding with a good video or example of terms what the Name (RDN) in Permission Settings means and does specific to listed value.

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Is there a good tutorial or explanation of the RDN (Names) Identifying the various Groups and Users I have listed here. I assume some are defaults and some may be OS specific and others specific to applications I have installed. I understand a fair amount about users and rights however.

My goal is to understand the following better:

ANONYMOUS LOGIN
Authenticated Users
CONSOLE LOGIN
CREATOR GROUP & OWNER
DIALUP
HomeGroupUser$

I am curious to know the differences between:

INTERACTIVE & ISUR
Local Account vs Local Account & Member & Administrator Group
NETWORK, SERVICE, SYSTEM
Owner & OWNER RIGHTS
REMOTE INTERACTIVE LOGON

I assume that the "In Folder" means that the Name RDN (image below) is included in the Permissions setting. Therefore the member of the group or the specified user has permissions to use RDP. I used to set up Business Objects Enterprise Users Groups Object and Folder Rights. So I have basic understanding.
Any direction "pointable" is appreciated. Thank you.
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Here's a decent list of special identities, which covers majority of what you are asking about: Special Identities

And here's a list of almost all of them, will less description though: Well known SIDs
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Thank you very much. I did not realize that is what a SID was. I was thinking RDN Names. Is that a common term just not evident in GUI vs real world terms. I am guessing yes because. I have been looking in the wrong place. I am thinking Users and Group terms?
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I am so glad to understand this now. Thank you.

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