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On Thu, 20 May 2004 22:16:17 +0000 (UTC), "KJK::Hyperion" <noog at libero.it> wrote: >What were exactly the problems in using NtCreateToken on Windows XP and >later? and doesn't Windows 2000 support SeImpersonatePrivilege since >Service Pack 4? Win2003 does not just any process to call NtCreateToken - they must be one of a few highly privileged processes, not just 'System'. This makes it very hard for 3rd party apps to use. You need to use an LSA authentication layer as CVSNT now does. SeImpersonatePrivilege does not exist in Win2k/XP only Win2003 (it's added in Service Pack 2 of XP also). Tony