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Old 12-16-2016, 01:07 AM   #1
beingchinmay
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Arrow What is the use of <identity> tag in ASP.Net Web.Config File?

Identity tag is used to control the id ntity of the application. By default, Impersonation is disabled. Using Impersonation, an ASP.NET application can x cute optionally with the identity of a client on whose behalf they are operating.

<identity impersonate="false" userName=" omain\username" password="password" />



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