Retrieves a pseudo-handle that you can use as a shorthand way to refer to the token that is currently in effect for the thread, which is the thread token if one exists and the process token otherwise.
This function has no parameters.
A pseudo-handle that you can use as a shorthand way to refer to the token that is currently in effect for the thread.
A pseudo-handle is a special constant that can function as the effective token for the current thread. The calling thread can use a pseudo-handle to specify the effective token for that thread whenever a token handle is required. Child processes do not inherit pseudo-handles.
Starting in Windows 8, this pseudo-handle has only TOKEN_QUERY and TOKEN_QUERY_SOURCE access rights.
You do not need to close the pseudo-handle when you no longer need it. If you call the CloseHandle function with a pseudo-handle, the function has no effect.