[Cvsnt] Re: [jakomail at emss.co.za: Re: User context switch in sshd using RSAAuthentication]

Ulrich Jakobus jakomail at emss.co.za
Sun Dec 16 16:05:21 GMT 2001

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No, "USER Objects" or on my German windows "BENUTZER-Objekte" is something
different, not the UID. The task manager shows the number of user objects
used by the specific process. According to the windows help, such a user
object contains windows, menus, monitor, mouse, keyboard layouts etc.



On Sun, 16 Dec 2001 15:50:32 GMT, Bo Berglund wrote:
>I have both NT4-SP6 WS and W2000 SP2 Pro. In both there is a checkbox
>titled 'USER Objects'. When I check this in NT4 and choose OK then
>nothing shows up and going back to the dialogue it seems like NT has
>deleted my checkmark.
>When I do the same in W2000 I get an extra column named USER Objects
>and this shows a single number on each line ranging from 0 to 244 with
>many numbers inbetween missing. Some numbers are used on several items
>in the list.
>I guess that this could not be the UID? (Since UID:s and SID:s sound
>alike and SID:s are very large numbers...).

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