local user map troubles finally solved
Jean Francois Micouleau
Jean-Francois.Micouleau at dalalu.fr
Tue May 11 14:31:44 GMT 1999
On Wed, 12 May 1999, Gerald Carter wrote:
> Dave J. Andruczyk wrote:
> > Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but from what I've seen on
> > the list for a while says that NT can have a UID and GID
> > that match, right? Is this on the numerical side of things
> > or the textual name?
a textual one. Don't confuse UID/GID (unix side) with RID (NT side)
UID and GID (unix side) are mapped in different RID space (NT side)
> NT user and group accounts exist in the same number space
> as opposed to UNIX uids and gids that exist in separate
> number spaces. I don't remember with respect to names,
> but under NT RIDs are always unique (trust accounts, user
> accounts, group accounts, etc...)
RIDs are unique relatively their SID sub-domain ? SIDs are unique.
Name space is unique too. You can't have an Administrator user and an
Yes I know I am a picky person.
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