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#1 flavius


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Posted 17 February 2009 - 12:42 PM

hi i have a couple of sid files when i double click my c:/ drive, S1-5-21-1275210071 is a RRR file and the other S1-5-21-1275210071 is a text RRR log, i have traced them to HKLM/software/microsoft/windowsnt/current version/profile list also in HKUS,what do they do and why aren't they in a folder, having said that i have just double clicked doc and settings my name and found a single S1-5-21-1275 text RRR log there on its own, is a sid my identity or the security identity of what is being used and should i make a folder for the orphaned files and will it need a path assigning, finbar

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