Problems After Running NewSID
Reply Geert says: November 4, 2009 at 7:13 am What about network inventory software that relies on the SID to identify machines? (I'm not saying that this is the best approach, 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 would I still be bale to use this server again because I read someone that sysprep will have effect on the existing server. Reply Erik Pitti says: November 4, 2009 at 1:16 am @Dean That's because the original computer wasn't removed from the domain before it was cloned. have a peek at these guys
You could do this in Hyper-V in a few hours, assuming everything works 🙂 Reply Stoinov says: November 4, 2009 at 12:19 pm @ #1 - They are not useless, they A machine SID is a unique identifier generated by Windows Setup that Windows uses as the basis for the SIDs for administrator-defined local accounts and groups. Cheers' Vijay Reply Chuck says: November 3, 2009 at 4:45 pm I can't remember the exact behavior, but I've definitely seen issues before in a test environment when promoting a cloned One Solution…And The Problem It Causes One solution to the dupe SID problem is to use the NewSID utility from Sysinternals to create a new SID for the affected servers. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/604938/problems-after-running-newsid/
Some articles on SID duplication, including this KB article, warn that if multiple computers have the same SID, that resources on removable media like an NTFS-formatted firewire disk can’t be secured I ran newsid on those servers then everything worked as normal.. Thanks again. If so, would MS consider this a vulnerability?
No errors. Reply Gabriel Maciel says: November 3, 2009 at 3:42 pm Hi Mark, I thought that applications like WSUS and Symantec AV rely on the machine SID to properly identify the clients. There are forums and communities out there that will offer technical support, but are under no obligation to. It will invalidate certain software if it detects two machines reporting the same hash of a SID. 2.
Asking questions in class: how can I "exit" a Q&A when I haven't really understood? Make sure that this computer is connected to the network. Subauthority values identify trustees relative to the issuing authority, and RIDs are simply a way for Windows to create unique SIDs based on a common base SID. Having multiple computers with the same computer Domain SID will definitely cause problems.
Disk duplicate images of Windows installations must be configured with the System Preparation tool (Sysprep) or the SID of the deployed operating system may not be unique and MSDTC functionality may System restore will function fine jumping accross restore points. Has anyone had any issues using NewSID to generate new SID's on cloned Windows 2008 images? Usually when you apply an image you change the SID to make your server unique, thereby avoiding potential security problems (see Microsoft KB article 162001), only in our case the imaging
- Had it rename the server and everything.
- The original server was made a domain controller (lab.com domain), and the cloned server was supposed to be a domain controller on a child domain (child.lab.com).
- Or does sysprep need to re-run before each successive clone?
- There's is pretty much no more support for our current VI (4.4) environment and we've been pretty much told not to bother upgrading to 4.5.
- I just responded to an email on a list about this.
- Mike Reply Mathieu Chateau says: November 3, 2009 at 6:44 pm @Cameron Brice: KMS use the CMID, not the SID.
- Non issue usually as on a fresh machine, you're usually using well-known SIDs for permissions, like "NT AUTHORITYSYSTEM".
- Comments 2 # bboy31320January 6, 2013 at 7:31 pm What do i do if i stopped during the process of a new sid, then something went wrong with my pc then
You can use PsGetSid to view the name of the account for a specified SID, and here you can see that the local SID that has a RID of 1000 is http://microsoft.programming4.us/forums/t/36649.aspx I've not experienced your issue before so I have nothing to share on this. Thanks Reply Bisi says October 15, 2014 at 14:46 Hi, I have a server running windows 2008 R2 with a VM running Windows 2012 standard. Please share this post, I'd really appreciate it!TwitterLinkedInGoogleRedditPrintFiled Under: Microsoft, Microsoft, Tech, Tutorials, VMware Tagged With: cloning, microsoft, newsid, sysprepComments Lery says November 17, 2010 at 03:24 This is only applicable
Reply Mark Russinovich says: January 26, 2017 at 3:02 am @alex I'm not sure what you're looking for: WSUS has it's own per-machine ID that's independent of the SID and that More about the author Or am I tumbling down the wrong path? Then we would rename that machine so they could both be available at the same time. (1 for production, 1 for testing) The problem has always been that when we update The error is: Fatal error during installation.
To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. Reply nick says: November 3, 2009 at 11:47 pm I agree with other commentors in that issues have occurred in the past with other software when not generating new SID's for Reply Minimalist Home Design says October 13, 2015 at 03:49 Spot on with this write-up, I really believe this website needs far more attention. http://channeltechnetwork.com/problems-after/problems-after-upgrade-to-xp-pro-sp3.html Two computers in DOMAIN.
See what happens when you try to join them to each other. When doing distributed transactions, DTCPing will also report a duplicate id. Everything pings, connects, accounts work, everything.
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I was able to recreate this behavior. Does it get all of NODE1adminaccess's file permissions? The tool requires administrative rights. Reply Darren Stewart says: November 4, 2009 at 10:49 am If this is so, then seriously, why do I and many others see multiple and sometimes significant issues with machines that
PC1 would register with WSUS, when PC2 came up it would register it's name replacing PC1… PC3 would take the place of PC2 etc… Running Newsid against all of the machines Quite frankly I've had System Restore enabled so I restored my PC to an earlier time. SysPrep does a lot more than just changing the machine SID. http://channeltechnetwork.com/problems-after/problems-after-using-combofix.html Reply Steven Brown says: November 3, 2009 at 2:19 pm WOW!