Function Reference


Enables or disables privileges in the specified access token

#include <Security.au3>
_Security__AdjustTokenPrivileges ( $hToken, $bDisableAll, $tNewState, $iBufferLen [, $tPrevState = 0 [, $pRequired = 0]] )


$hToken Handle to the access token that contains privileges to be modified
$bDisableAll If True, the function disables all privileges and ignores the NewState parameter.
If False, the function modifies privileges based on the information pointed to by the $pNewState parameter.
$tNewState A $tagTOKEN_PRIVILEGES structure or a pointer to it that contains the privilege and it's attributes
$iBufferLen Size, in bytes, of the buffer pointed to by $pNewState
$tPrevState [optional] A $tagTOKEN_PRIVILEGES structure or a pointer to it that specifies the previous state of the privilege that the function modified. This can be 0.
$pRequired [optional] Pointer to a variable that receives the required size, in bytes, of the buffer pointed to by $tPrevState.
This parameter can be 0 if $tPrevState is 0.

Return Value

Success: True.
Failure: False.


This function cannot add new privileges to an access token. It can only enable or disable the token's existing privileges.



See Also

Search AdjustTokenPrivileges in MSDN Library.


#RequireAdmin ; for this example to have sense

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <Security.au3>
#include <SecurityConstants.au3>
#include <WinAPIHobj.au3>

Local $hToken = _Security__OpenProcessToken(_WinAPI_GetCurrentProcess(), $TOKEN_ALL_ACCESS)
If $hToken Then
    ; $hToken is this process' token with $TOKEN_ALL_ACCESS access

    ; Disable all privileges for this token
    If _Security__AdjustTokenPrivileges($hToken, True, 0, 0) Then
        ;... Do whatever with this token now and here...
        MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "TokenPrivileges", "All TokenPrivileges disabled!")

    ; Close handle when done