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ASP.NET Delegation

Impersonation enables ASP.NET to execute code and access resources in the context of an authenticated and authorized user, but only on the server where ASP.NET is running. To access resources located on another computer on behalf of an impersonated user requires authentication delegation (or delegation for short). You can think of delegation as a more powerful form of impersonation, as it enables impersonation across a network. For more information, see ASP.NET Impersonation.

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Making an Asynchronous Call using the Impersonation Identity - ASP.NET Debugging - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

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ASP.NET Impersonation

Another important security feature is the ability to control the identity under which code is executed. Impersonation is when ASP.NET executes code in the context of an authenticated and authorized client. By default, ASP.NET does not use impersonation and instead executes all code using the same user account as the ASP.NET process, which is typically the ASPNET account. This is contrary to the default behavior of ASP, which uses impersonation by default. In Internet Information Services (IIS) 6, the default identity is the NetworkService account.

Note   Impersonation can significantly affect performance and scaling. It is generally more expensive to impersonate a client on a call than to make the call directly.

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