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SID Authentication vs Group Authentication


SID Authentication vs Group Authentication

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Can someone explain the difference what I mentioned in terms of clustering?

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Any one can explain the difference please
SID authentication VS group authentication
In terms of cluster in Windows 2003 server and 2008 server.
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