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When you run Microsoft Message Queuing (also known as MSMQ) in Workgroup mode, and a user sends a message by using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), the message does not include the security header. Therefore, the message does not contain the user ID of the sender. Therefore, you cannot use queue level security on the destination queue.
To work around this behavior, modify the destination queue level security so that the destination queue allows messages to be received from the Anonymous Logon user. To do this, follow these steps:
Queue level security is available when Message Queuing is installed with the Active Directory Integration feature enabled. Additionally, WCF provides several new security mechanisms to improve messaging security. These mechanisms includes encryption, certificates, and Active Directory security.
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