If you are managing a Remote Desktop Services Farm that uses User Profile Disk, you will see that the User Profile Disks naming format can be confusing and it does not exactly tell you who the User Profile Disk belong to. You can use the following tool to help you with this.
Sidder(Download Link Here) is a .NET 4.5 Framework Standalone program that will convert the SID name of the User Profile Disk into the Domain User name so that you will know who it is. All you need to do is run the program and tell Sidder which folder your User Profile Disks are stored.
I hope this has been useful to all of you. 😀