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Hello,

I'd like to help, but need to know first – how the impersonation is implemented?

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When admin wants to impersonate user X, I just generate JWT token for user X and that's it. I solved it by using Middleware + Singleton, so on each request I check JWT token and its claims and then I set value in SIngleton and then I use that Singleton to check for the value

If you have any other idea, that would be great

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That should work. Assuming you are setting an impersonation flag as part of the payload in JWT (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40435842/custom-payload-wi...), you can also utilize config() to store it in the configuration.

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