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Hello. From a kernelmode driver, how can one enumerate all devices under the "\device" namespace like in windbg issuing the !object command? I checked in the registry for such devicenames, whilst I found some, I did not find all as !object shows.
`6: kd> !object \device
Object: ffffbb81fc00c2e0 Type: (ffff9b8f73c8e380) Directory
ObjectHeader: ffffbb81fc00c2b0 (new version)
HandleCount: 2 PointerCount: 65881
Directory Object: ffffbb81fc0071b0 Name: Device
Hash Address Type Name ---- ------- ---- ---- 00 ffff9b8f7e3e1680 Device 0000007e ffff9b8f79857d40 Device 0000006a ffff9b8f7898d550 Device GPIO_1 ffff9b8f78911050 Device NDMP2 ffff9b8f75c22df0 Device 00000044 ffff9b8f75c19380 Device NTPNP_PCI0002 ffff9b8f75c1ee10 Device 00000030 ffff9b8f7898d300 Device UcmCx0 ffff9b8f78917050 Device NDMP3 ffff9b8f78317b00 Device gpuenergydrv ffff9b8f75dd66e0 Device VMCIHostDev [..]`
And lastly. Do all these devices in the tree represent the PDOs. I had a check of the !devstack for a couple and they appear to be the lowest device in the stacks.
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