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The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2

, 27 Jun 2005 CPOL
This second part of the Access Control series will program with the basic Access Control structures.
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//  boost/config/user.hpp  ---------------------------------------------------//

//  (C) Copyright Boost.org 2001. Permission to copy, use, modify, sell and
//  distribute this software is granted provided this copyright notice appears
//  in all copies. This software is provided "as is" without express or implied
//  warranty, and with no claim as to its suitability for any purpose.

//  Do not check in modified versions of this file,
//  This file may be customized by the end user, but not by boost.

//
//  Use this file to define a site and compiler specific
//  configuration policy:
//

// define this to locate a compiler config file:
// #define BOOST_COMPILER_CONFIG <myheader>

// define this to locate a stdlib config file:
// #define BOOST_STDLIB_CONFIG   <myheader>

// define this to locate a platform config file:
// #define BOOST_PLATFORM_CONFIG <myheader>

// define this to disable compiler config,
// use if your compiler config has nothing to set:
// #define BOOST_NO_COMPILER_CONFIG

// define this to disable stdlib config,
// use if your stdlib config has nothing to set:
// #define BOOST_NO_STDLIB_CONFIG

// define this to disable platform config,
// use if your platform config has nothing to set:
// #define BOOST_NO_PLATFORM_CONFIG

// define this to disable all config options,
// excluding the user config.  Use if your
// setup is fully ISO compliant, and has no
// useful extensions, or for autoconf generated
// setups:
// #define BOOST_NO_CONFIG

// define this to make the config "optimistic"
// about unknown compiler versions.  Normally
// unknown compiler versions are assumed to have
// all the defects of the last known version, however
// setting this flag, causes the config to assume
// that unknown compiler versions are fully conformant
// with the standard:
// #define BOOST_STRICT_CONFIG

// define this to cause the config to halt compilation
// with an #error if it encounters anything unknown --
// either an unknown compiler version or an unknown
// compiler/platform/library:
// #define BOOST_ASSERT_CONFIG


// define if you want to disable threading support, even
// when available:
// #define BOOST_DISABLE_THREADS

// define when you want to disable Win32 specific features
// even when available:
// #define BOOST_DISABLE_WIN32


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Mr. Shah is a reclusive C++/C# developer lurking somewhere in the depths of the city of London. He learnt physics at Kings' College London and obtained a Master in Science there. Having earned an MCAD, he teeters on the brink of transitioning from C++ to C#, unsure of which language to jump to. Fortunately, he also knows how to use .NET interop to merge code between the two languages (which means he won't have to make the choice anytime soon).
 
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