Best Practices Development

Friday Sitecore Best Practice: Why You Should Use UserSwitcher Instead of SecurityDisabler

In this episode of Friday Sitecore Best practices we take a look at two ways of overriding Sitecore security restrictions with code – SecurityDisabler and UserSwitcher. It is important to understand the difference between the two methods and the implications of misuse. Watch this video to understand why the UserSwitcher is the recommended approach.



Vasiliy Fomichev (97 Posts)
Los Angeles , CA USA
Sitecore development, sitecore best ractices, .NET architect, web development, Sitecore DMS, solution architeture.

Inspired ASP.NET C# developer and Sitecore enthusiast on a path of never ending learning. Always passionate and curious, driven by innovation, technology, and other random stuff. Certified in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript, Sitecore 6.5, 7 Customer Engagement Platform, Sitecore Marketing (Digital Management System), CCNA, Network+, MCP, DCSE Linux.

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