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    Exchange 2007 - Manage Full Access Permissions

    Right, this is annoying me - within our Exchange 2007 server we have an account which I'm trying to determine what it was - [ see screen shot ]

    ssid.jpg

    Can someone point to me a website or how I can workout what this account was ? I'm sure donkeys years ago MS published something which broke down how to get the details but can I find it.....? No.

    The best one so far I could find is:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...=vs.85%29.aspx
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    Not tried it but this looks like it might do what you want.

    PsGetSid

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    Quote Originally Posted by badders View Post
    Not tried it but this looks like it might do what you want.

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    Thanks, will take a look.

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    The little question mark implies its a deleted user/group or the server is unable to look up the record from AD.
    Its probably a dead account permission.

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    the sid means the account can not be looked up in AD any longer. This may mean the account has been deleted or was in a trusted domain that is no longer trusted.

    nick

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