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RE: NDISKD / NETSH wish for Santa Claus ...

Jeffrey_Tippet_[MSFT]Jeffrey_Tippet_[MSFT] Member - All Emails Posts: 496
I appreciate the flattery, but it’s unlikely we’ll add a runtime command-line front-end to that information. Sorry.

The command-line feature's cost/benefit doesn't stack well against other customer requests. Frankly the original feature didn't stack well either, but I built the feature in my spare time as an excuse to learn about this whole HTML5 thing.... Now that I know how awful javascript really is, I don't have the motivation to do it all over again.

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  • Scott_Noone_(OSR)Scott_Noone_(OSR) Administrator Posts: 3,096
    Can you live with copying the debugging and LiveKD to the machine? LiveKD
    will pass arguments to the debugger and therefore execute an initial command
    for you:

    livekd.exe "-c \"!ndiskd.netreport -verbose;q\""


    -scott
    OSR
    @OSRDrivers


    "Dave Cattley" <xxxxx@msn.com> wrote in message news:xxxxx@ntdev...
    My challenge is that I would like to know the runtime layering / binding
    order of LWFs.

    Is that something that can be interrogated from a running system?

    I have a common support situation where depending on the order of install
    which translates into a default append order of FilterClasses the binding
    altitude of various filters that add their own FilterClass can end up in an
    arbitrary order. Given other factors (like a Filter opting out for some
    reason) it would be really helpful to be able to capture the runtime state
    of an adapter’s filter subscriptions.

    I will never ask for you to jump into the snake-pit of fancy HTML5 rending
    again.

    Cheers,
    Dave Cattley

    Sent from Windows Mail

    -scott
    OSR

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