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We are installing a package whose vendor (for whatever reason) wants the "user" created to connect to the data to have User ID # 248, but that ID # isa already in use. How do I find what user profile that number belongs to without having to search through all the user profiles?
I am using Windows Server 2003. What path is taken to disable the users the ability to edit the registry?
Currently we have 8 applications/systems that require user profiles to be set individual each time there is a new member of staff/ change to existing staff. Is there a piece of software that enables a single entry that then updates all other systems?