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This unit provides access to the MS AuthZ technology API. The main reason is to do AccessCheck without needing a token. 

Project JEDI Windows Security Code Library (JWSCL)

The Original Code is JwsclAuthCtx.pas. 

The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Christian Wimmer. Portions created by Christian Wimmer are Copyright (C) Christian Wimmer. All rights reserved. 

Unsupported features :

  • AuthzEnumerateSecurityEventSources
  • AuthzFreeAuditEvent
  • AuthzInstallSecurityEventSource
  • AuthzOpenObjectAudit
  • AuthzRegisterSecurityEventSource
  • AuthzReportSecurityEvent
  • AuthzReportSecurityEventFromParams
  • AuthzUninstallSecurityEventSource
  • AuthzUnregisterSecurityEventSource

Christian Wimmer

TJwAuthContext defines an instance that provides methods for an authentication context. This context does not need a token to do an access check. 
TJwAuthResourceManager contains structures that mangage resources of a security context like callback functions. 
TJwAuthZAccessReply contains information about a call to TJwAuthContext.AccessCheck 
TJwAuthZAccessRequest provides simple access to a request that is submitted to TJwAuthContext.AccessCheck 
This is constant HEADERMAGIC. 
TJwCallbackData defines a callback structure that is used internally only. 
This is type PJwCallbackData. 
TJwOnAuthzAccessCheckCallback is called every time TJwAuthContext.AccessCheck finds a callback access control entry in an ACL.  
TJwOnAuthzComputeGroupsCallback is called to add more groups to the authentication context. It is used in the creation of TJwAuthResourceManager.

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