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Would anyone know what is the expected behaviour of FltSendMessage / FilterGetMessage pair when the size of data sent (in FltSendMessage) is larger than the size of the buffer(s) provided by any I/O requests already pending (or initiated afterwards within the timeout) via FilterGetMessage? Is it documented at all, in the first place, or can it be inferred from general considerations about how I/O works? Or is it just one of those cases where it is not safe to try this, and one should always ensure that the buffer(s) provided by FilterGetMessage are large enough?
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