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09 Sep 17 14:14
Sivaller
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Mountmgr on empty directory

Hello, When I want to mount my disk filesystem on a empty directory using mountmgr= , I should call mandatory the Ioctl 'IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_ARRIVAL_NOTIFICATION' function b= y passing \\Device\\Volume {GUID} and then mount it using Ioctl 'IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_MOUNT_POINT_CREATED' M= ountPointDir: '\\DosDevices\\c:\directorymonter' and target: '\??\Volume{GU= ID}'. It works but it creates a DRIVE LETTER (eg. \\DosDevices\G:) 'The drive let= ter works' instead of mounting it on an empty folder (\\DosDevices\\c:\dire= ctorymonter)! And when I run the mountvol utility it freeze some time and returns a error= 'A device attached to the system is not functioning'. I try differently by passing the user mode function: SetVolumeMountPoint, I= have a user-mode crash exception but not BSOD. If I do not call the Ioctl 'IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_ARRIVAL_NOTIFICATION' fun= ction then the function mountmgr 'IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_MOUNT_POINT_CREATED= ' returns error '2' (Object not found).. conclusion: How to mount by mountmgr a disk filesystem into empty directory ? Thank. In French languages : Bonjour, Quand je veux monter mon disque sur un empty directory en utilisant mountmg= r , je suis obliger de passer obligatoirement par la fonction Ioctl 'IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_ARRIVAL_NOTIFI= CATION' en lui passant \\Device\\Volume{GUID} et ensuite je le monte en utilisant la fonction Ioctl 'IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUM= E_MOUNT_POINT_CREATED' MountPointDir: '\DosDevices\c:\repertoiremonter' et = le targe: '\??\Volume{GUID}. Ca marche mais il me cr=E9er un DRIVE LETTER (eg. \\DosDevices\G:) 'Le driv= e letter fonctionne' au lieu de le monter sur un dossier vide (\\DosDevices= \\c:\repertoiremonter) ! Et quand j'execute l'utilitaire mountvol il bloque quelque temps et me renv= oie une erreur 'A device attached to the system is not functioning'. J'ai essayer autrement en passant la fonction user mode : SetVolumeMountPoi= nt , j'ai un crash user-mode. Si je n'appelle pas la fonction Ioctl' IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_ARRIVAL_NOTIFI= CATION' alors mountmgr me retourne erreur '2' (Object not found) =E0 la fon= ction IOCTL_MOUNTMGR_VOLUME_MOUNT_POINT_CREATED . Merci.
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11 Sep 17 07:14
Slava Imameev
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Mountmgr on empty directory

In Windows this functionality is provided by a file system driver for a mount-point folder through a reparse point. As far as I know only NTFS supports it. That means \\DosDevices\\c:\directorymonter must be on NTFS volume. You should use SetVolumeMountPoint instead of composing IOCTLs. Your method with IOCTLs doesn't create a reparse point on NTFS volume. You notified the mount manager without making a real mount point.
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