The Claims to Windows Token Service (c2WTS) is a feature of Windows® Identity Foundation (WIF) that extracts UPN claims from non-Windows security tokens, such as SAML and X. 509 tokens, and generates impersonation-level Windows security tokens. This allows a relying party (RP) application to impersonate the user.
How to start Claims to Windows Token service?
- Enable the Claims to Windows Token Service feature. Open Microsoft Server Manager, and on the dashboard click Add roles and features. …
- Edit the Claims to Windows Token Service configuration file. …
- Change the Claims to Windows Token Service startup.
Can not convert claims identity to Windows token this may be due to user not logging in using Windows credentials?
This may be due to user not logging in using windows credentials. If you receive this message when trying to run a report after upgrading your SharePoint environment to 2013, make sure that you have enabled the Claims To Windows Token Service on the SAME server that you have Reporting Services running on.
What is C2wtshost?
This file is part of Microsoft (R) Windows (R) Operating System. C2wtshost.exe is developed by Microsoft Corporation. It’s a system and hidden file. C2wtshost.exe is usually located in the %WINDOWS% sub-folder and its usual size is 5,632 bytes.
The Claims to Windows Token Service (c2WTS) is a feature of Windows Identity Foundation (WIF). The c2WTS extracts user principal name (UPN) claims from non-Windows security tokens, such as SAML and X. 509 tokens, and generates impersonation-level Windows security tokens.
What is unquoted service path?
When a service is created whose executable path contains spaces and isn’t enclosed within quotes, leads to a vulnerability known as Unquoted Service Path which allows a user to gain SYSTEM privileges (only if the vulnerable service is running with SYSTEM privilege level which most of the time it is).