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Win32 Security in Managed C++

Listing 1 The AccessToken class declaration

namespace SynSoft
  namespace Security
    /// Represents a security AccessToken
    public __gc class AccessToken
      : public IDisposable
      typedef void  *HANDLE;

      /// Create an instance managing the given security handle
      AccessToken(HANDLE hToken);
      /// Finaliser

    // IDisposable
      /// Provides facility for 
      void  Close();
      void  Dispose();

    // Creation
      /// Open the access token for the current process
      static AccessToken *OpenProcessToken();
      /// Open the access token for the current thread
      static AccessToken *OpenThreadToken();

    // Attributes
      /// The token's user account
      __property SID *get_User();
      /// The groups accounts associated with the access token
      __property GroupList *get_Groups();
      /// Privileges
      __property PrivilegeList *get_Privileges();
      /// The security identifier of the owner
      __property SID *get_Owner();
      /// The primary groups of any objects created with the access token
      __property SID *get_PrimaryGroup();
      /// Default DACL
      __property ACL *get_DefaultDACL();
      /// Source
      __property TokenSource *get_Source();
      /// Type
      __property TokenType get_Type();
      /// Impersonation Level
      __property TokenImpersonationLevel get_ImpersonationLevel();
      /// Statistics
      __property TokenStatistics *get_Statistics();
      /// Restricted SIDs
      __property GroupList *get_RestrictedSIDs();
      /// Session Id
      __property Int32 get_SessionId();
      /// Sandbox Inert
      __property bool get_SandboxInert();

    // Standard members
      // Returns a string representation of the AccessToken
      String  *ToString();

    // Implementation
      GroupList *_get_groups(TOKEN_INFORMATION_CLASS tic);

    // Members
      HANDLE          m_hToken;
      SID             *m_user;
      GroupList       *m_groups;
      PrivilegeList   *m_privileges;
      SID             *m_owner;
      SID             *m_primaryGroup;
      ACL             *m_defaultDACL;
      TokenSource     *m_source;
      TokenStatistics *m_statistics;
      GroupList       *m_restrictedSIDs;

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