Security :: Identity Impersonate + Integrated Security(DB) And Programatically Impersonating The User?

Nov 19, 2010

I have identity impersonate = true in the Web.config file. I have integrated security = true in the DB connection string in the Web.config file.Before identity impersonate was true,users were able to access the DB through the web service account (seemingly).Now I get an error which says " Login failed for ... " because I am aware there is no specific account for that user in the permissions for that DB instance.I needed to set identity impersonate = true because the web service does not have access to the Active Directory,which I need to retrieve certain user information.

My question is,does identity impersonate = true override the integrated security and attempt to user the authenticated user's account to connect to the DB? Is there a simple way to prevent this in the Web.config itself?If not,would programatically impersonating the user within the Active Directory query functions and setting identity impersonate = false do the trick here?

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