Re: WindowsPrincipal & m_roles
From: JD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: email@example.com (JD) Date: 10 Oct 2002 13:04:22 -0700
I'd be interested in this, too!
"wezza" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<2c6001c25ff2$62bdde90$36ef2ecf@tkmsftngxa12>...
> I'm currently using LDAP to query Active Directory and
> test whether a user is a member of a particular global
> group. I have been intriduced to the IsInRole method
> which can do the exact same thing without having to call
> to AD again, however it only accepts a full group name and
> i only know part of the group name that the user is a
> In VS.NET, using the Watch window when i perform this
> check i can see that there is a set of attributes called
> m_roles which contains an array of strings of all the
> groups that the user is a member of. So if i could
> enumerate through these roles i could do some sort of
> substring test to match my partial group name to a full
> group name for authentication, however when i try and
> access m_roles, i get told that it is private.
> Does anyone know of a way of getting to these m_roles?