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How to detect an object's SID in AD.

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 30th on September 2011


Today I have been a need to know the SID of a computer domain.


To get this information you will have to have access on a domain controller (These tests are done in Windows Server 2008 R2 but are the same as in Windows Server 2003).

The program that we use is called LDP and serves to connect directly to the LDAP database and from there navigate to any partition of the domain (Calm that does not bite or hurt you with this, it is only for consultation).

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As a service to give permissions to a folder ....

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 29th on November 2008

As ????, yes, in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, finally can give more permissions to objects of users, groups or computers, we now have the ability to give permissions to a service and how it is not as simple as right-clicking on the folder, and add permissions.

I tell you:

First of all we must know what a SID. The SID is a unique identifier compound from the service name, or the name of the user or computer name. Remember unique identifier. So for example the user SID code would megacrack S-1-5-80-4050840940-2638614076-179171035-2424616511-3974813086 and this will apply to any computer in the world.

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