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I'm quite new to driver development and WinDbg but I'm an experienced Windows, Android and CUDA programmer. I just started with driver development two weeks ago and walked through samples like echo and others.
Right now I'm analyzing the "minispy" sample to get familar with miniFilter programming. After built, I copied .sys, .exe and .pdb to the target computer. I can start minispy.exe in a cmd, it works and I'm able to debug with WinDbg. So far everything works perfect!
However, if I start minispy.exe from my development machine via VS2017-Remote-Debugging (LAN, Domain), FilterConnectCommunicationPort(...) returns with an "E_ACCESSDENIED General access denied error."
I assume that I have not the right permission on the Traget if I'm using the remote debugger.
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