However, the main user with the duplication is a Microsoft account as opposed to a local account. Kind regards, John Santana IT Professional ----------------------- The author cannot accept liability for any loss or damage sustained as a result of the content of this post. 0 Login to vote I've also *never* had trouble with NewSID, no matter how unsupported the OS supposedly is. Example: The IP and computer name are the same, yet the database still shows a different Unique ID. http://flashcodehacks.com/windows-10/windows-10-duplicate-user-account.html
Your Administrator account has now been renamed to the one you entered. Thanks so very much! One day, while NODE1 is active, something maps a share as CLUSTERlimiteduser. Learn how to contact gP at our contact page. https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/5966-duplicate-subfolders-user-folder.html
Hope that helps!! Reply Crumpette March 19, 2012 at 9:39 am # Problem with Windows 7 along the same lines Renamed the computer, then created two new admin user accounts. I come here every day for the most recent news and updates. Windows 10 Duplicate Drives Further assume that the SID for NODE1diskadmin matches NODE2limitedaccount.
How to change the name of a Microsoft Account in Windows 8 When you are logged into Windows 8, Windows will display your full name next to your account picture on Windows 10 Multiple Documents Folders Under This Pc Even if we ignore the above argument, does it not seem wasteful to have every software vendor create their own identifier on every machine - wouldn't you want an operating system Once again awesome job Mark on finding what others could not! https://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/pc-name-changes-after-imaging Reply miro says: November 3, 2009 at 2:43 pm @Steve: I assume that both MyMachine 1 and MyMachine 2 are in domain.
Instead, you have to specify credentials for either an account local to the remote system or to a Domain account for a Domain the remote computer trusts. Multiple My Documents Folders My issue also did not resolve with a shutdown. It's a nuisance, but it doesn't hurt to have them for now. Reply KelliD September 7, 2015 at 1:55 pm # Having same issue as Kellie above.
I've tried everything. http://www.groovypost.com/howto/howto/change-your-windows-computer-name/ Reply JF says: November 4, 2009 at 11:49 am I'm not sure, but I believe DPAPI uses the computer's SID as extra salt in a hash which is used as the Windows 10 Duplicate Documents Folder I’ve always assumed the host name is given, but the SID is what is actually used to do a reset with the netdom utility. Duplicate My Documents Folder Windows 7 Machine images used for deployment should always be SysPrepped!
Reply MrGroove September 1, 2011 at 10:53 am # HI John, If your PC is connected to a Windows Domain (Active Directory), you can change the name of the PC to this content renameuser.exe Bleeping-PC Administrator Super-Admin An image of what this should look like is: Using the renameuser.exe command Once you renamed your Administrator account, you should type Exit to exit That's interesting ... Thnx for the FYI and CMD line! Documents Folder Automatically Duplicating
There was nothing for setup to see. There is another anomaly with 10.074 ... They should have just used a special identifier for the local machine, much like . weblink MS so well sold my employer on the duplicate SID "problem," that it became company policy -- punishable if violated -- that machines will not be imaged.
MSDTC functionality requires that the host operating system is assigned a unique SID. Windows 10 Duplicate Drives In Explorer Test to see if you can now access the other machines administrative shares without providing a password. Thank you!
Clone it without changing the SID. I think what may not be clear (and I am just guessing here) is that if the original machine is already joined to a domain, and then cloned, both orginal and a help desk related software that requires supported desktops to have unique SID. Windows 10 This Pc Folders Reply somedude July 27, 2009 at 8:36 am # to get to picture 2 faster: press windows+pause in admin cmd: wmic computersystem set name "insertname here" Reply MrGroove July 27, 2009
The sysprep process makes changes other then just the machine name and SID (or is at least perceived to). Right-click on the Administrator account and select Rename as shown in the image below. I'm running 10074 on another machine, and there is no such duplication. For example, if when you connected to a remote system, the local machine SID was transmitted to the remote one and used in permissions checks, duplicate SIDs would pose a security
For most of us the motherboard UUID works fine but there are cases where it won't. Say Machine1, and Machine2 , normally used by users DOMAINAlfred and DOMAINBetty respectively. Locate duplicate music (includes MP3, iTunes (M4A) and more.) Find Similar images (resized, rotated, edited and more.) Find duplicate folders. Was this the plan?
Reply Armando June 18, 2015 at 9:47 am # I am unable to change user names when starting my computer. Move dupe files to a new location. if it's not useless then I don't see how newsid or the sid-replacement part of sysprep can be useless. While I would love the idea of being able to make an image of an installation to new hdd and have it work from the new hdd just like it did
However, like member computers, each DC also has a computer account in the Domain, and that’s the identity they have when they authenticate to remote systems. And if you can use it to uniquely identify an installation, betcha people are. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Custom self built OS: 64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15007 CPU: Intel i7-3930K 3.2 Ghz (O/C to 4 Ghz) Motherboard: ASRock X79 Extreme11 Memory: 32 And i dont really get the point of using WDS/Sysprep, all this bulky crappy stuff and spend hours capturing/applying images/syspreping etc., if i can spend only 40 mins and have a
The second cause for this is related to an issue with moving clients to a different OU in Active Directory. i.e. Please consider keeping the tool around for this (and other scenarios as posted in this thread.) Yes, you could use sysprep to accomplish the same thing, but sysprep does not create Help!