DashboardContext.GetHttpContext() appears to return an invalid context

I’ve created an IDashboardAuthorizationFilter as follows.

public class HangfireAuthorizationFilter : IDashboardAuthorizationFilter
    public bool Authorize(DashboardContext context)
        var httpContext = context.GetHttpContext();
        return httpContext.User.Identity?.IsAuthenticated ?? false;

But httpContext.User.Identity?.IsAuthenticated returns false, even though I am in fact logged in as administrator.

DashboardContext.GetHttpContext() gives me a context, but it does not appear to be the valid context for my website. Does anyone know what I’m missing?

Here’s how I’m adding it.

app.UseHangfireDashboard("/Admin/hangfire", new DashboardOptions
    Authorization = new[] { new HangfireAuthorizationFilter() }

This was caused by calling UseHangfireDashboard() too early in the configuration process. By calling it a bit later, this code is now working.