You will need
  • - PsGetSid.
Download the archive file PsTools developed and distributed by company Sysinternals, and run the executable file unzipping utility PsGetSid.exe.
Click "start" to bring up the main menu system and navigate to "run" to run the tool on "Command prompt".
Enter the value of cmd in the Open box and click OK to confirm the start command.
Specify the path to the downloaded file with the PsGetSid tool and enter the following value:

psgetsid ComputerName in the text box, the command line to initiate the definition of your SID.
Check the syntax of the returned string:

psgetsid\\computer[,computer[,...] | @file] [-u user_name [-p user_password]]] [account|SID].

Complete the application and PsGetSid command-line tool.
Return to the main menu "start" and go to "Run" for the procedure of changing your SID.
Sysprep enter the value in the Open box and click OK to confirm the command. This action will open the folder at: C:\Windows\System32.
Run the executable utility sysprep.exe and specify the desired action in the main application window:

- Enter System Out-of-Box Experience (OOBE) for system cleanup;
- Generalize - to change the SID;
- Reboot - to turn off the computer.
Wait until the program completes and restart.
Enter the required information country, region, settings, date and time and the desired keyboard layout in the appropriate fields of the setup window and agree to the terms accept the license agreement in the query window.
Make sure you change the SID of the operating system with the utility PsGetSid by the method described above.