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He writes troubleshooting content and is the General Manager of Lifewire. See How to Find a User’s SID in the Registry further down the page for instructions on matching a username to an SID via information fwmain32.exe usera the Windows Registry, an alternative method to using WMIC.

If you don’t see Command Prompt in the Power User Menu, type cmd into the search bar in the Start menu, and click Command Prompt when you see it. You don’t have to open an elevated Command Prompt for this to work. You should see a table displayed in Command Prompt. This is a list of each user account in Windows, listed by username, followed by the account’s corresponding SID. Now that you’re confident that a particular user name corresponds to a particular SID, you can make whatever changes you need to in the registry or do whatever else you needed this information for. I know that the SID for the user “jonfi” is “S-1-5-21-992878714-4041223874-2616370337-1001”. This method of matching users to SIDs will only show those users who are logged in or have logged in and switched users.

To continue to use the registry method for determining other user’s SIDs, you’ll need to log in as each user on the system and repeat these steps. Need to Find the Windows Administrator Password on Your Windows PC? Lifewire is part of the Dotdash publishing family. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm.

M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zM8 15. User ” does not have required permissions. Everything should be using the local system as the account of execution. I have tried changing the execution account as my user which is admin, I have added the site as the trusted site, I have UAC turned completely off, I have tried to hit the site with IE AS ADMIN, Chrome, and Firefox.

Everything I try the site states back that I don’t have the rights. No answer with: “Just run IE as admin” will work last I tested that. Answers with “Trusted SITE settings MAY WORK” on Windows 8 and higher as I had a similar problem to this with Windows 10 and on Windows 10 it did fix it. I am not going to rollback two OS versions to check at home though, sorry. I don’t get how this question can be existing for a while and people are now on a mission to claim it is duplicate when the very answer is different than the potential duplicate.

That whole thread deals with someone able to get into the site with elevated permission and just not setting up roles and users after the fact. This is the main user of the machine not getting to the landing page as an admin to the site listed as the default landing. Not a duplicate, IE as admin does not fix this as that answer says. Honestly I also do not get how I keep flagging people that right ‘run as admin’ as bad and it keeps getting thought that it will fix everything in every case.

Answer lies in SSRS does not recognize local admin and you cannot even get to landing page even with elevated rights of IE. Run IE ad Administrator when prompted login with your local Administrator account you enabled. You will need to adjust site settings security and folder settings security. Easy fast fix just add “Everyone” in both of those with full rights.