|Subject:||Re: How to recreate users to have same SIDs from one machine to another?|
|Posted by:||Phillip Windell (philwinde…@hotmail.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Apr 2009|
The only way to have a user account be the same is to have that user account
in the machine before the image is made,...sounds like a disaster waiting to
happen. If you manage to do what you want you will probably regret it soon.
The views expressed, are my own and not those of my employer, or Microsoft,
or anyone else associated with me, including my cats.
"Tony Barken" <tonybark…@noreply.noreply> wrote in message
> I am planning to copy files with their users permission from one stand
> alone machine to another. The destination machine is already setup and
> so I am doing any cloning.
> However I DO need to keep the same file permissions and the same
> My plan is to change the destination computer SID to match the old one
> because the users' SID is based on the computer's SID. (The SIDs of
> local accounts consist of the computer's SID and an appended RID).
> Now I need to recreate these same local accounts on the destination
> machine. How do I recreate them so that they get the same SID as the
> old machine?
> I want to do this so that the old file permissions would work as is in
> the new machine. Would this process work?
> Tony Barken
How to recreate users to have same SIDs from one machine to another? posted by Tony Barken on Sat, 25 Apr 2009