UPDATE November 23rd 2014: I removed the download link. There’s a new version available, along with a new blog post.
Working with a Remote Desktop Services deployment where User Profile Disks are used in an environment with a lot of users.
During testing / acceptance stages we noticed that it could be cumbersome to translate the SID in the filename to a user account in the event where we’d need to delete the User Profile Disk for a certain user.
And so Sidder was born.
Sidder is a small tool (just one executable), which when run needs the folder that holds the User Profile Disks. Once selected it will parse all the filenames and translate these to NTAccount names (domain\username). It also shows the last modified date for the profile disk file.
It was built on .NET Framework 4.5, so it runs natively on Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012R2.
Sidder will remember the last folder you selected and the column-widths in the view.
I’d love to hear some feedback on this little tool.