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09 Jan 18 02:18
David F.
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Is SecurityContext in Pre IRP_MJ_CREATE ever Null?

will the parameter PFLT_CALLBACK_DATA->Iopb->Parameters.Create.SecurityContext On the pre-operation callback for IRP_MJ_CREATE ever be NULL? or it's nothing that needs to be checked? I already presume Iobp won't be NULL.
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09 Jan 18 07:15
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Is SecurityContext in Pre IRP_MJ_CREATE ever Null?

You do not need to check for NULL. -scott OSR @OSRDrivers
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