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I am working on a sample project and have a question regarding the boot drivers validation by the ELAM driver. As we all know ELAM driver can register callback using IoRegisterBootDriverCallback() to verify the integrity of the other boot drivers. For some reason, i want to avoid this registration and keep my ELAM driver as simple as possible, just to run my service as PPL. When i avoided the IoRegisterBootDriverCallback() call in my ELAM DriverEntry() function, the system boots fine without any issue. My question is this allowed or i am breaking any Windows requirement of ELAM.
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