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Narendra Tiwari

Impersonation in ASP.NET I have a coworker who was trying to get impersonation working in ASP.NET and indicated despite setting the Web.config to impersonate:

...and he indicated "IT" didnt' seem to be working....hmm. My first question was how do you know your impersonation isn't working? He indicated when he ran the following code:

Label1.Text = My.User.Name.ToString();

The label was still showing his Windows identity not "Guss" which he wanted....Turns out the identity he wanted to change (the and one being displayed) is the Page identity NOT the Windows Identity. To change this he needed the following code:

Dim id As New System.Security.Principal.GenericIdentity("Guss");
Dim p As New System.Security.Principal.GenericPrincipal(id, New String(){"Administrator"})
HttpContext.Current.User = p;

Jon Wojtowicz has written a great article on this topis at eggheadcage: http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20050703.asp Published Wednesday, November 22, 2006 12:23 PM by Charles_Sterling

*Article refered from MSDN BLogs.

Posted on Wednesday, November 22, 2006 9:26 AM .Net | Back to top


Comments on this post: ASP.Net Impersonation Tip

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Quite inspiring,

so this is how we can test if it its working or not

Label1.Text = My.User.Name.ToString();

Thanks
Left by web development company on Aug 20, 2009 8:41 AM

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