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Getting the logged in user given the SPWeb, regardless of elevated priveleges
I have a requirement to be able to always get the logged in user. The object the calling process is going to pass is the spweb. As this is legacy code, I cannot change what the calling processes ...
Apr 9 '13 at 8:40
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