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Why doesn’t RevertToSelf undo the most recent SetThreadToken? | The Old New Thing

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/08/16

Oops: I fell in this trap as well: When you call Set­Thread­Token, [WayBack] it replaces the token. When you call Revert­To­Self [WayBack], the token is cleared and the thread no longer has a token. Maybe Revert­To­Self should have been named Clear­Thread­Token, since that would emphasize that the function erases any existing thread token, leaving the thread to inherit the identity of its host process.

Source: Why doesn’t RevertToSelf undo the most recent SetThreadToken? | The Old New Thing [WayBack]

–jeroen

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