By default, RID pools are obtained in increments of 500.
Since RIDs are 30 bits in length, a maximum of 1,073,741,824 (2) security principals can be created in an Active Directory domain.
- to install dependencies for a plan, walk the plan's tree and remember the OIDs of any system objects it references.
Both cached plans and their dependencies are backend-local.
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Try Alon, you seem to be making lots of different accounts, which is making editing your question harder.
The SID includes a domain prefix identifier that uniquely identifies the domain and a relative identifier (RID) that uniquely identifies the security principal within the domain.
The RID is a monotonically increasing number at the end of the SID.
Users, computers, and groups stored in Active Directory are collectively known as security principals.
Each security principal is assigned a unique alphanumeric string called a SID.