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Default Impersonate Thread in webservice

I have a Web Service (.Net Framework 1.1) which throws a thread, and I need that thread run as a specific user.

I wrote in web.config file

<identity impersonate="true" userName="specificuser" password="thepass" />

I set in IIS the anonymouse user as "specificuser"

I set in machine.config

<identity impersonate="false" userName="specificuser" password="thepass"/>


If I run System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurre nt() in the web services it is the correct user "specificuser", but if I run it in the thread it is always aspnet user.


How can I force to the thread to run with the specific user?

Thanks in advance


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