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04-12-2020 01:26 PM
The string of numbers might be the SID for an account on the computer.
There are usually at least a couple account references on the computer - some are created (and controlled) by the system and others are those accounts added by the owner / administrator.
Open the Command Prompt:
Windows key + X + (then) A (admin cmd prompt)
Type the command:
wmic useraccount get name, sid
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