SID stands for security identifier and is an internal value used in Microsoft NT systems to uniquely identify a user or a group. A SID contains:
- User and group descriptors
- Revision level
- 48-bit ID authority
- Variable sub authority values
For more information go to Micosoft SDK documentation.
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