Identity. Remove Claim(Claim) Method
Attempts to remove a claim from the claims identity.
public: virtual void RemoveClaim(System::Security::Claims::Claim ^ claim);
[System.Security.SecurityCritical] public virtual void RemoveClaim (System.Security.Claims.Claim claim);
public virtual void RemoveClaim (System.Security.Claims.Claim claim);
[<System.Security.SecurityCritical>] abstract member RemoveClaim : System.Security.Claims.Claim -> unit override this.RemoveClaim : System.Security.Claims.Claim -> unit
abstract member RemoveClaim : System.Security.Claims.Claim -> unit override this.RemoveClaim : System.Security.Claims.Claim -> unit
Public Overridable Sub RemoveClaim (claim As Claim)
The claim to remove.
The claim cannot be removed.
It is possible that the claim cannot be removed because it is not owned by the identity. For example, this would be the case for role claims that are owned by the principal. Unlike the TryRemoveClaim method, which returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the claim has been removed, RemoveClaim throws an exception if the claim could not be removed
The specified claim is matched by object reference (ReferenceEquals).
This method has the
SecurityCritical attribute applied to control which entities can remove claims from the identity. Further down the pipe, authorization decisions are made based on the claims that are present in the Claims collection.