WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent.NameToAuthenticate Property

Definition

Gets the name of the authenticated user.

public:
 property System::String ^ NameToAuthenticate { System::String ^ get(); };
public string NameToAuthenticate { get; }
member this.NameToAuthenticate : string
Public ReadOnly Property NameToAuthenticate As String

Property Value

String

The name of the authenticated user.

Examples

The following code example shows how to use the NameToAuthenticate property.

// Invoked in case of events identified by their event code.and 
// event detailed code.
public SampleWebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent(
    string msg, object eventSource,
    int eventCode, int detailedCode, string userName):
base(msg, eventSource, eventCode, detailedCode, userName)
{
    // Perform custom initialization.
    customCreatedMsg =
    string.Format("Event created at: {0}",
        DateTime.Now.TimeOfDay.ToString());
}
' Invoked in case of events identified by their event code.and 
' event detailed code.
Public Sub New(ByVal msg As String, _
ByVal eventSource As Object, _
ByVal eventCode As Integer, _
ByVal detailedCode As Integer, _
ByVal userName As String)
    MyBase.New(msg, eventSource, eventCode, _
    detailedCode, userName)
    ' Perform custom initialization.
    customCreatedMsg = _
    String.Format( _
    "Event created at: {0}", _
    DateTime.Now.TimeOfDay.ToString())

End Sub

Remarks

Only the success audits include the name of the authenticated user. The failure audits do not include the user name, since they typically result from failed decryption or validation.

Applies to

See also