Get-Acl Returns SIDs Rather than Object Names

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    I have a script that has been running for about a month now, that I've been using that list our the groups of a folder. On my machine, the script just started returning the SIDs instead of a the Object names. On a co-workers machine it works as intended and returns the Object names. I've been looking on line and people are saying it's a trust relationship issue with the computer and/or the computer isn't in a domain. The machine is in the domain, it does not appear to be having a trust relationship, as network drives, and network access is still work. Is there a setting or something I can check to narrow down the issue?

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    Are you able to find the user object that's associated with this SID?  It could be some user on the local computer that was deleted, or it could be from a domain account or user object that no longer exists.

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    The Groups are still valid. I can see them within ADUC.

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