OBJ::SID and vice versa
OBJ::SID and vice versa
OBJ::SID and vice versa is a program written in C++ and used to translate SID/OBJ conversions. The program is able to detect object or SID that can be queried by the Global Catalog or the local SAM within the process machine. Querying OBJ/SID is within the scope of the user privileges.
Requirements: This tool requires Windows 2000/XP/2003.
Current version: 1.0
Download objsid.zip (90kb)
You need to extract the tool/script found in the downloaded file by using WinZip or similar.
To work with the program you need manipulate the radio buttons according to your wish of conversion.
The first radio button is used to translate OBJ in a form of a NetBIOS name (ex: MYDOMAIN’USERNAME or just USERNAME) to a text SID, and the second is used to resolve a SID to OBJ.
"Get SID info" is a feature available while checking a SID, it allows to get information about how the system refers to that SID.
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