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Impersonation

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Hi,

I work for a large organization, and although I control the servers in my
area, I do not have the ability to create or manage domain accounts. I can
successfully impersonate a local account to gain access to resources on my
machine. I can successfully impersonate a domain account to access resources
on other machines... but... how do I impersonate a local account on another
machine so that I can access resources on that machine? I have successfully
created the same account on both machines, and the impersonated the account
on my local machine to access the other machine having the same
account/password. I'm looking for a way to do this without the duplicate
accounts. Does anyone know how to acquire an access token from a remote
machine, from a local account on that machine?
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Mick
Nov 21 '05 #1
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