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07 Dec 17 12:16
Peter Scott
xxxxxx@kerneldrivers.com
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Re[2]: Re[2]: How to filter the request in MUP?

Sorry if I missed something but how is your filter 'creating' a file object in pre-create? Are you saying that you call FltCreateFileEx() and this is the FO you are 'creating'? In your InstanceSetup callback, for network attachments (though not for every share), you'll see the VolumeDeviceType as FILE_DEVICE_NETWORK_FILE_SYSTEM and the VolumeFilesystemType as a network file system as in the FLT_FSTYPE_xxx types. Pete -- Kernel Drivers Windows File System and Device Driver Consulting www.KernelDrivers.com 866.263.9295 ------ Original Message ------ From: "xxxxx@serpurity.com" <xxxxx@lists.osr.com> To: "Windows File Systems Devs Interest List" <xxxxx@lists.osr.com> Sent: 12/7/2017 9:53:29 AM Subject: RE:[ntfsd] Re[2]: How to filter the request in MUP? >I mean the file object indicated is not really created, my encryption >filter create a file object in the pre-create routine and just return >STATUS_SUCCESS to the upper driver. > >How to filter the network attachments in InstanceSetup callback, that's >exactly my question. > >--- >NTFSD is sponsored by OSR > <...excess quoted lines suppressed...>
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07 Dec 17 12:28
Hunter Wang
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Join Date: 20 Mar 2017
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Re[2]: Re[2]: How to filter the request in MUP?

Yes, my filter 'creating' a file object in pre-create with FltCreateFile(), so the FileObject upper driver wants to create just remains a pointer but not a real FileObject(created). The file object created by my filter is used to substitute for the FileObject(fake) in all of the callbacks such as IRP_MJ_SETXXX/IRP_MJ_READ/IRP_MJ_WRITE and so on, it works well. My filter used the same logic for the file stored in the network(\device\mup\test\ccedr.txt), my filter create a file object in the pre-create(so my filter should have attach to the mup device), but not catch the following requests(IRP_MJ_READ/IRP_MJ_WRITE/IRP_MJ_SETXXX...), so it get BSOD says the FileObject can not be resolved, if my filter catch the request and substitute the fake one, it should be okay.
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07 Dec 17 12:30
Hunter Wang
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Re[2]: Re[2]: How to filter the request in MUP?

I just don't understand why my filter can not catch the following request?
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