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Looks like you change the AppPool from IIS. It is highly recommended to update / Change the app Pool Account from SharePoint(central Admin / powershell). central admin > Security > Configure Service Accounts After Changing please perform IIS on all servers. One Most important thing, before changing the account you should make sure new Account should have ...


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Content router start to look good - but having to predifine your rules or create a solution to automate that might be more than you need. I would consider something like the following (bear in mind this is quick first pass at your problem and will probably need to be tweaked): Create a drop off library, use an existing column or new column that will ...


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At the end I used this code to impersonate current user to local web service: try { Guid siteid = SPContext.Current.Site.ID; Guid webid = SPContext.Current.Web.ID; using (SPSecurityContext.GetWindowsIdentity().Impersonate()) { Label1.Text = WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name; SOAPService ws = new SOAPService() { ...


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The difference is in "authentication mode" settings. Windows authentication provides real windows user and then this would allow us to make resource requests from ASP.NET while impersonating the Windows identity of whoever was logged on. With forms authentication ASP.NET itself makes requests for system resources using the Application Pool account. Look ...



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