Setting Security for COM Applications
There are several ways you can help control security for your applications. You can change a computer's default security settings, which are used by all applications on the computer that do not supply their own security values. You can set security for a particular process, either by using Dcomcnfg.exe or by calling CoInitializeSecurity. You can also programmatically control security settings at the interface proxy level.
The following topics provide procedures that explain how to set security:
- Modifying the Security Defaults for a Computer
- Setting Process-Wide Security
- Setting Security at the Interface Proxy Level