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locally unique identifier (LUID)

A Locally Unique Identifier (LUID) is a logon identifier that is used to identify the logon to a session

. Such a Locally Unique Identifier (LUID) remains valid for the duration of the session until the user logs out again with a logout. The ID number is assigned once for this session; no other session has the same identification number. However, it is possible that the ID numbers are reset after a shutdown of the computer.

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Englisch: locally unique identifier - LUID
Updated at: 21.07.2016
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