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SharePoint Security Tip: ExplicitlyContainsCurrentUser

When doing security programming, often times you will often run into group chaining, essentially this is when the current SPUser object is a member of a SPGroup through indirect association. However, often times the software requirement will be targeted to direct SPUser group membership, i.e. a user is an EXPLICIT member of a group, and not in a SPGroup which is nested in a parent SPGroup.

Within code, the use is pretty straightforward:

  1. private void RemoveCurrentUserFromGroup(SPGroup group)
  2. {
  3. SPUser curUser = SPContext.Current.Web.CurrentUser;
  4. if (group.ExplicitlyContainsCurrentUser)
  5. {
  6. group.Users.Remove(curUser.LoginName);
  7. }
  8. }


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  2. Adam Buenz says:

    ohhhh, OP is from Defense Logistics Agency….I am guessing Kirk?


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