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So I have a keyboard identifier (UnitID from KEYBOARD_INPUT_DATA, which I think it should be unique per connected devices on the system) that I store for later use and I need to get the WdfDevice associated with it. What I thought is to loop through every device, check if it is of type keyboard and if so, get it's UnitId and compare with the one that I have.
So, I tried to loop through every device that the driver registered, however, I found no function to loop through devices using pure Wdf (WDFDRIVER object), I had to get a POBJECT_DRIVER from the WDFDRIVER with WdfDriverWdmGetDriverObject and using NextDevice on the first DeviceObject. But now I'm stuck in converting the POBJECT_DEVICE back to WdfDevice, I only found a function to convert POBJECT_DEVICE to WdfDevice (WdfDeviceWdmGetDeviceObject). What should I use to convert it back? Is identifying a device by UnitId safe or should I identify it by the entire HID? Is there a better (in terms of efficiency) internal method to get a device from hid/unitid than looping through them myself? There is also a KeyboardIdentifier (made of 2 CHARs, Type and Subtype) in KEYBOARD_ATTRIBUTES, is that Unique?
Edit: Found how to convert the Wdm object back to a wdf object (WdfWdmDeviceGetWdfDeviceHandle). Looking at the docs, UnitId should be unique per plugged keyboard as it is the number in the device name ("\Device\KeyboardPortN"). My question about a more efficient method is still present tho.
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