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2.4.2.2 SID--Packet Representation

This is a packet representation of the SID type (as specified in section 2.4.2) for use by block protocols. Multiple-byte fields are transmitted on the wire with an endianness specified by the protocol in question.


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Revision

SubAuthorityCount

IdentifierAuthority

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SubAuthority (variable)

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Revision (1 byte): An 8-bit unsigned integer that specifies the revision level of the SID. This value MUST be set to 0x01.

 

SubAuthorityCount (1 byte): An 8-bit unsigned integer that specifies the number of elements in the SubAuthority array. The maximum number of elements allowed is 15.

IdentifierAuthority (6 bytes): A SID_IDENTIFIER_AUTHORITY structure that indicates the authority under which the SID was created. It describes the entity that created the SID. The Identifier Authority value {0,0,0,0,0,5} denotes SIDs created by the NT SID authority.

SubAuthority (variable): A variable length array of unsigned 32-bit integers that uniquely identifies a principal relative to the IdentifierAuthority. Its length is determined by SubAuthorityCount.

 
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