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WCF Service Impersonation (Part – 31)

Impersonation is nothing but validating if the client is authorized to request service.
In this case, you can impersonate the client request authorize to access the service.
Example:

Impersonation has 3 levels of settings.

  • Allowed : It automatically impersonates the client whenever Windows authentication is used, but it has no effect with other authentication mechanisms.
  • Not allowed : This indicates the service should not auto Impersonate
  • Required : It ensures windows authentication is used else throw exception

Impersonate all operations:
Impersonation can be allowed for all operation of the service by setting the service Authorization in service behavior section in app.config as shown below.

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