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SID

Tuesday, April 06, 2004 12:36 AM

I meant to write about this but forgot. Then I remembered, so here it is.

Someone has asked in the Borland newsgroups for a Delphi program that:

  • Displays a simple form with one button on it.
  • When the button is pressed the program will show the user's SID as a string.
  • Will not use the ConvertSidToStringSid function because it is only supported in Windows 2000 and higher.

It looked like a fun exercise, and I had some code I could use, so I wrote it and posted the link (which caused some confusion, since I gave the solution for free while the original poster offered to pay). Anyway, if you're interested, here it is (the ZIP file contains the source code and the compiled executable).

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