C language function:AccessCheck sample codes

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TITLE : How to Check Access Rights | Ruminations
if (::AccessCheck( security, hImpersonatedToken, genericAccessRights,.......
http://blog.aaronballman.com/2011/08/how-to-check-access-rights/


TITLE : How to Check Access Rights | Ruminations
if (::AccessCheck( pFileSD, hImpersonatedToken, genericAccessRights, &mapping, &privileges, &privilegesLength, &grantedAccess, &result )).......
http://blog.aaronballman.com/2011/08/how-to-check-access-rights/
TITLE : Class %CSP.REST
?classmethod AccessCheck(Output pAuthorized As %Boolean = 0) as %Status.......
http://docs.intersystems.com/latest/csp/docbook/%CSP.Documatic.cls@PAGE=CLASS&LIBRARY=%25SYS&CLASSNAME=%25CSP.REST
TITLE : AccessCheck function (Windows)
BOOL WINAPI AccessCheck(.......
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TITLE : Egbert Nierop technolog : Howto: Properly use the AccessCheck API for the current user
[return: MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.Bool)] static extern bool AccessCheck(.......
http://technolog.nl/blogs/eprogrammer/archive/2009/06/18/Howto_3A00_-Properly-use-the-AccessCheck-API.aspx
TITLE : Egbert Nierop technolog : Howto: Properly use the AccessCheck API for the current user
bool success = AccessCheck(ACE.GetSecurityDescriptorBinaryForm(), dupToken, required, ref map,.......
http://technolog.nl/blogs/eprogrammer/archive/2009/06/18/Howto_3A00_-Properly-use-the-AccessCheck-API.aspx
TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
You'd think that Windows can make it easier for you by making these three parameters optional. Why can't AccessCheck() just get the current thread token as default, then you pass in the filename, and AccessCheck() will look up its security descriptor itself. That's just one In parameter. Oh wait, that's just CreateFile()! That leads us back to what we first said........
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/10200/The-Windows-Access-Control-Model-Part
TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
Actually, AccessCheck() requires you to supply a fourth parameter, the GENERIC_MAPPING structure. This structure maps the object specific ACLs (like GENERIC_READ) into object specific rights (like FILE_GENERIC_READ). The reason why AccessCheck() needs a GENERIC_MAPPING is because it makes a call to the AreAllAccessesGranted() function, and this requires you to supply a GENERIC_MAPPING structure. Larry Osterman [^] offers a more complete reason why the GENERIC_MAPPING is required........
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TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
Make the first call to AccessCheck(). We expect this to fail........
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TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
Call AccessCheck() again with the new buffer........
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TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
You could perform the 11 above steps, or you can use the AccessCheck() provided function. There isn't anything special that Windows 2000 or ATL provides to make this task easier; this technique is the same for all operating systems........
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TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
::AccessCheck(const_cast.......
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TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
The class given in the Platform SDK sample defines the actions in fig. 26 as part of its private object. Not only should the class map its own methods to these actions, it should map a GENERIC_MAPPING structure onto this structure (without this GENERIC_MAPPING structure, the AccessCheck() function will not work)........
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/10200/The-Windows-Access-Control-Model-Part
TITLE : The Windows Access Control Model: Part 2 - CodeProject
You were shown how to do all of this in NT3.x-style, 2000-style, and ATL style. This all culminates in the AccessCheck() function, which checks if you are allowed access to a certain resource........
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/10200/The-Windows-Access-Control-Model-Part
TITLE : A practical and hands-on Windows OS security programming tutorial with code samples and program examples
The AccessCheck() function checks the requested access rights against the rights allowed for the client in the DACL of the security descriptor. To check access and generate an entry in the security event log, use the AccessCheckAndAuditAlarm() function........
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TITLE : A practical and hands-on Windows OS security programming tutorial with code samples and program examples
if(!AccessCheck(.......
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