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I am trying to implement cpu groups feature in windows to miniport driver. I see the interrupt member in _IO_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR being defined as
IRQ_DEVICE_POLICY AffinityPolicy; USHORT Group;
IRQ_PRIORITY PriorityPolicy; KAFFINITY TargetedProcessors; } Interrupt;
Specifies a processor group number. Group is a valid (but optional) member of u.Interrupt only in Windows 7 and later versions of Windows. This member exists only if NT_PROCESSOR_GROUPS is defined at compile time.
So, I need help in defining NT_PROCESSOR_GROUPS during compile time. Which header files I need to include to get this #define included? Any other information to implement this feature would be helpful.
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