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I’m new to driver and windows programming and I have some doubts about a project I'm doing. I’m developing a minifilter driver to redirect all create, open and write operations of a local file to a shared one. For example:
I want to redirect all the operations mentioned above from C:\tmp\foo.txt to \dir\foo.txt.
After looking the microsoft examples and another posts trying to do some redirections like me I arrived to the conclusion that I should use STATUS_REPARSE. Is this the correct approach or should I use a different method?
Actually I know it works for the IRP_MJ_CREATE, but will it work with write and delete operations or should I use a different method?
Thank you for any help.
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