(Do not enable ASP.NET Impersonation since it doesn’t work any in ASP.NET with the integrated pipeline, it was deprecated long ago).
In Default.json add
In your app check Environment.UserName or Application.UserIdentity. It will be the windows user of the client, if it’s logged in the same AD as the server of course. You can use AD to discover anything you can discover in .NET about the user, the app will act as the user logged in the machine with the browser. So any database connection can use integrated authentication, file system, etc.
Yes, add “impersonate”: true in Default.json then the thread on the server will impersonate the user. You need to configure IIS appropriately. Basically Wisej supports anything you can do with .NET. We use it in several large projects, including using Kerberos impersonation.
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