The CM library anymore. In fact I think thats in Walter Oney's 2nd Ed of his book. Anyway, I have a driver from a Vendor that I must support (Management ya know). Problem is the function driver (child) of the bus driver (parent composite driver) does not do any PnP notifications. I do get interface notifications from the parent though. Introduction to file filtering drive technology 2.1. Fundamental Filter driver is a kernel-mode driver, which relies on mounted on other drivers, the device sent to the existence of the kernel-mode requests to intercept the filter, the device can be extended or data encryption function to provide additional value.
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Windows DDK from an upper keyboard filter driver i.e attaching to the
i8042 port driver to another upperfilter driver (?) attaching above
the keyboard class driver ( kbdclass.sys ).
I was wondering if there would be a lot of work involved? It seems
pretty easy. As of now, the kbfiltr filter driver attaches to the
device stack by doing something like:
but I was thinking that I could easily attach it to the keyboard class
driver by doing something like:
CCHAR ntNameBuffer = 'DeviceKeyboardClass0';
RtlInitAnsiString( &ntNameString, ntNameBuffer );
RtlAnsiStringToUnicodeString( &uKeyboardDeviceName, &ntNameString, TRUE
But once I attach to the device stack, I could easily continue
intercepting keystrokes from the keyboard in the ServiceCallback
Thanks ahead of time for any comments