Context. Suppress Flow Windows Identity Method
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Suppresses the flow of the Windows identity portion of the current security context across asynchronous threads.
public: static System::Threading::AsyncFlowControl SuppressFlowWindowsIdentity();
public static System.Threading.AsyncFlowControl SuppressFlowWindowsIdentity ();
[System.Security.SecurityCritical] public static System.Threading.AsyncFlowControl SuppressFlowWindowsIdentity ();
static member SuppressFlowWindowsIdentity : unit -> System.Threading.AsyncFlowControl
[<System.Security.SecurityCritical>] static member SuppressFlowWindowsIdentity : unit -> System.Threading.AsyncFlowControl
Public Shared Function SuppressFlowWindowsIdentity () As AsyncFlowControl
A structure for restoring the flow.
.NET 5+ (including .NET Core): In all cases.
Use this method to suppress the flow of the Windows identity when the SecurityContext migrates across asynchronous threads.
The common language runtime (CLR) is aware of impersonation operations performed using only managed code, not of impersonation performed outside of managed code, such as through platform invoke to unmanaged code or through direct calls to Win32 functions. Only managed WindowsIdentity objects can flow across asynchronous points, unless the
alwaysFlowImpersonationPolicy element has been set to
<alwaysFlowImpersonationPolicy enabled="true"/>). Setting the
alwaysFlowImpersonationPolicy element to
true specifies that the Windows identity always flows across asynchronous points, regardless of how impersonation was performed. For more information about flowing unmanaged impersonation across asynchronous points, see <alwaysFlowImpersonationPolicy> Element.