vserver services access-check authentication translate

Translate between Various Names and Their Identifiers

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

The vserver services access-check authentication translate command translates SIDs, UIDs, and GIDs to names. If you enter a SID, the command returns a Windows name; if you enter a Windows name, the command returns a SID; if you enter a UNIX username, the command returns a UID; if you enter a UID, the command returns a UNIX username; if you enter a GID, the command returns a UNIX group name; if you enter a UNIX group-name, the command returns a GID.

Parameters

[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node Name
The name of the node on which the command is executed.
-vserver <vserver> - Vserver Name
The name of the Vserver.
{ -uid <integer> - UNIX User ID
The UNIX user's UID.
| -gid <integer> - UNIX Group ID
The UNIX user's GID.
| -sid <text> - Windows SID
The Windows user's SID.
| -unix-user-name <text> - UNIX User Name
The UNIX username.
| -unix-group-name <text> - UNIX Group Name
The UNIX group name.
| -win-name <text>} - Windows Name
The Windows name.

Examples

This example translates the UNIX UID 0 to username "root" on node "node2" for Vserver "vs1."
cluster1::vserver services access-check*> authentication translate -vserver vs1 -uid 0 -node node2
root
This example translates and the Windows username "administrator" to the corresponding SID on node "node2" for Vserver "vs1."
cluster1::vserver services access-check*> authentication translate -vserver vs1 -win-name administrator -node node2
S-1-5-21-1407423728-2963865486-1834115207-500