> >>              ImpersonateContext as well as RevertContext.
> >> ImpersonateContext              will make the calling thread run in
> >> the security context of the              authenticated user.
> >
> > I'm using LogonUser, ImpersonateLoggedOnUser and RevertToSelf in some
> > of my applications. What are the differences between those and
> > ImpersonateContext and RevertContext ?
>
> LogonUser works only if your account has 'Act As Part Of The
> Operating System' privileges. Beside that I think they are the same.

LogonUser work if the already logged on user (that is the session user) has
"Log on locally" permission. I don't think 'Act As Part Of The Operating
System' privileges is related to LogonUser.

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