Explains how to determine the user to display the list settings for the current user only

And they are taken after applying around this limitation: AND ( = ( Module IIS.AMS02.Of the incident.WinformЗадержанныйL/objectListView1(ObjectListView) ) OR ( = ( User Sergey KOSHEL ) ISNULL ( User) ) )

Code used to build restrictions:

lcs.LimitFunction = FunctionBuilder.BuildAnd(
    FunctionBuilder.BuildEqials(vdModule, prv_GenModuleName(ObjectListView)),
        FunctionBuilder.BuildEqials(vdUser, Settings.SettingManager.GetUserName()),

That is, the user is taken from the Settings.SettingManager.GetUserName(). And there, in turn, either from the specified value, either from AD or from the Environment:

public static string GetUserName()
      if (username==string.Empty)
                System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher ds = new System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher("(&(objectClass=user)(sAMAccountName= "+Environment.UserName+"))",
                     new string[]{cn});
                ds.CacheResults = true;
                System.DirectoryServices.SearchResult sr =  ds.FindOne();
                username = sr.Properties[cn][0].ToString();
                username =Environment.UserName;
      return username;