Samba uid to RID mapping [was Re: domain SID]
bgmilne at cae.co.za
Thu Nov 29 08:42:10 GMT 2001
For fun I decided to run this util on our Samba PDC. I note that the
last four digits (RID?) are for users are
For example, my uid on the PDC is 501, and my full SID is:
PsGetSid v1.1 - local and remote account/machine SID displayer
Copyright (C) 2000 Mark Russinovich
SID for \\bgmilne:
Where the DOMAIN_SID is the same as that samba has in MACHINE.SID, and
that retreived by
Note, I have only tested this on one domain with a samba PDC and about
10 users to validate this. It would be better to look in the code .....
>Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 13:37:17 +0100 (Central Europe Standard Time)
>From: "Martin.Doule" <Martin.Doule at czech.sun.com>
>To: <mike at jurney.org>
>Cc: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
>Subject: Re: domain SID
>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
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