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How can i use CoSetProxyBlanket function in order to change the security context of a caller.

I need to use this function in order to invoke a method on a com+ vb dll.

The reason i want to use the CoSetProxyBlanket function is because i need to dynamically set the security context of the user invoking the method.

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Asaf Lahav
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jkr:

I know those samples, but unfortunately it isn't enough.
I need a little more ellaborated sample which demonstrates how to specify a certain user under which the method would be invoked.

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Asaf Lahav
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AlexVirochovsky:
The link you sent me is quite interesting,
Can you please send me a sample on how can i use this technology in order to invoke a method on a DLL?
Further more i need a sample that shows how to invoke the method with the priviledges of a speciefied user...

Thanks allot,
Asaf Lahav
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Sorry , Asaf, I don't use NT.
But see article about Security and using WMI
http://www.codeguru.com/system/WMI_using.html
May be it will help...
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Asaf Lahav, is my URL helps you?
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