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I really need help.
First of all, I hope you understand that the sentence structure can be strange as I ask questions using a translator machine.
I want to make IRP_MJ_CREATE work only when files are double-clicked, whether preprocessing or postprocessing.
However, IRP_MJ_CREATE does so much.
I want to prevent the file from executing when I double-click a file, except for directories.
In other words, I want to deny reading files.
How can I do this in IRP_MJ_CREATE, whether pre-processing or post-processing?
I think that whether preprocessing or postprocessing
PFLT_CALLBACK_DATA->IO_STATUS_BLOCK.status = STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED;
PFLT_CALLBACK_DATA->IO_STATUS_BLOCK.Information = 0;
I think it should be done this way, but I don't know if it is correct.
If it says yes, I don't know what conditions to call.
I hope my words make sense.
I would be grateful if you could tell me anything that could help.
Thank you for reading the long article.
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