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TJwComProcessSecurity Members

The following tables list the members exposed by TJwComProcessSecurity.


BeginUpdate is used to start a property update sequence. It must be called before any of the properties are called.
The method CheckReadonly validates whether the ReadOnlyProperties flag is set to true and in case it raises an exception EJwsclReadOnlyPropertyException; otherwise it does nothing. 
The method CoInitializeSecurity wraps the COM API CoInitializeSecurity using converted parameters and exceptions. See the MSDN for more information.
EndUpdate is used to end a property update sequence. Prior to the this call BeginUpdate must be called.
MEMBERNAME% contains an information structure depending on the used authentication service (set by property AuthenticationService
The property AuthenticationLevel define when authentication is done. This value is from type TJwComAuthenticationLevel
The property AuthenticationService contains the authentication service. This is one of the enumerations listed in TJwComAuthenticationService
Defines the type of authorization that should be used. The type is TJwComAuthorizationService
Defines a set of TJwComAuthenticationCapability flags that are used in COM calls for various reasons. 
MEMBERNAME% is used in two ways:  
The property ReadOnlyProperties returns the readonly state of the properties. 
The property ServerPrincipalName defines the name defined in the first call to CoInitializeSecurity
Creates a security descriptor using minimum access rights to allow SYSTEM and authenticated users to get full control to the class. 
CreateTightServerSecurityOptions returns settings for a COM server that shall running tight security settings. 
This is the overview for the Initialize method overload. 
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