Martin.Doule at czech.sun.com
Wed Nov 28 04:38:03 GMT 2001
You can get your domain SID by utility psgetsid.exe from www.sysinternals.com.
It's one of the PSTOOLS 1.5 and it's freeware.
To get domain SID just run command 'psgetsid.exe my_domain_name'. To ensure that
you got right SID try to ask for few domain users accounts by 'psgetsid.exe
user_domain_account'. You'll have to get same numbers as domain SID except last
four digits which are users RID.
I also suggest to not run this tool from PDC and also do not ask for users SID
if you'll have same account names on your local computer that you are running
System Administrator, Forte Tools Sun Microsystems Czech, s.r.o.
Software System Group Evropska 33e
160 00 Prague 6
Tel: +420-2-33009193 Internal: x49193
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On Tue, 27 Nov 2001 mike at jurney.org wrote:
> Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2001 15:50:07 -0500 (EST)
> From: mike at jurney.org
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Subject: domain SID
> It was mentioned earlier on the list that someone was looking for a way to
> get the domain SID from a running NT domain so as to make the move to a
> samba PDC smoother. Can anyone tell me how to get this SID? I've been
> unable to find any information on how to get it from a windows PDC.
> Michael D. Jurney
> mike at jurney.org
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