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These extensions allow higher-layer protocols to use a security context to make runtime authorization decisions on the server. When a higher-layer protocol requests the RPC runtime to impersonate the client on the server, the RPC local server interface retrieves the security context (section and makes it available to the higher-layer protocol in an implementation-specific manner for the higher-layer protocol's use in future authorization decisions. If a security context is not available for the connection, the attempt to impersonate the client fails. See section for details on the higher-level trigger event associated with retrieving the client's identity.

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