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Impersonation and Delegation

, 8 Jan 2014
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Sometimes you'll find it necessary to impersonate the user's identity on a thread with an ASP.NET.  You may also need a delegate access the user to

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Sometimes you'll find it necessary to impersonate the user's identity on a thread with an ASP.NET.  You may also need a delegate access the user to another machine with the larger web farm.  Here's some tutorials on how to implement these more advanced techniques.

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