LSA Logon Sessions - Win32 apps Microsoft Docs Token smart, Kainos grafikas When a user is successfully authenticated, token smart authentication package creates a logon session and returns information token smart the Local Security Authority Token smart that is used to create a token token smart the new user.
This token includes, among token smart things, a locally unique identifier LUID for the logon session, called the logon Id. When a token is created, the reference token smart for the logon session is incremented. The reference count is also incremented whenever copies of the token are created for process creation, impersonation, or other uses.
As token uses are completed and copies of the token are deleted, the reference count for the logon session is token smart. When the reference count reaches zero, the logon session is deleted. If the authentication token smart must create a logon session before making a final determination about the validity of the user, and if authentication token smart, the authentication package must delete the session.