Open a file with a differnet security context

Open a file with a differnet security context

Post by Namshu » Fri, 22 Feb 2008 19:29:14


The scenario is :

I have a domain account set on a network share, this restricts all access
to this folder which contains Restricted PDFs

I have an web App that needs to open the file (on demand by many people, who
are restricted via the web application) as a file stream.

I'm using windows authentification.

So i'm trying to access a file under my security context which gives and
invalid login/password, but I need to open the file under the only account
that has access to the share. Is this possible?


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