Policy Manager. Check Access For App(String, String) Method
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Perform enterprise-protection policy evaluation for a data transfer between your app and a specific target app.
public: static ProtectionPolicyEvaluationResult CheckAccessForApp(Platform::String ^ sourceIdentity, Platform::String ^ appPackageFamilyName);
static ProtectionPolicyEvaluationResult CheckAccessForApp(winrt::hstring const& sourceIdentity, winrt::hstring const& appPackageFamilyName);
public static ProtectionPolicyEvaluationResult CheckAccessForApp(string sourceIdentity, string appPackageFamilyName);
function checkAccessForApp(sourceIdentity, appPackageFamilyName)
Public Shared Function CheckAccessForApp (sourceIdentity As String, appPackageFamilyName As String) As ProtectionPolicyEvaluationResult
The source enterprise identity of the app. This is an email address or domain that is managed. Your app should use IsIdentityManaged to check if an email address or domain is managed.
The package family name of the app you want to check has access to the protected content.
A value of the ProtectionPolicyEvaluationResult enumeration that is the result of the query.
Windows Desktop Extension SDK (introduced in 10.0.10586.0)
Windows Mobile Extension SDK (introduced in 10.0.10586.0)
Windows.Security.EnterpriseData.EnterpriseDataContract (introduced in v2.0)