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I am developing a file system mini filter driver, where I try to read a file by allocating/sending an IRP with major function IRP_MJ_READ.
But, IoCallDriver fails with status = STATUS_INVALID_USER_BUFFER (0XC00000E8). Below are the setup details & steps.
OS : Windows 10 20h1
WDk SDK : Vs 2019 with 10.0.19041
Filter LoadOrderGroup : FSFilter Encryption
Altitude : 141000
Steps in sending IRP
IoCreateFileSpecifyDeviceObjectHint - Send a create request for the file
ObReferenceObjectByHandle - Get FILE_OBJECT for the file.
FltGetVolumeFromFileObject - Get the Volume that a given file stream resides on
FltGetDeviceObject - Get pointer to the Filter Manager's volume device
object (VDO) for a given volume
IoGetDeviceAttachmentBaseRef - Get the lowest-level device object in a file system driver stack.
IoAllocateIrp - Allocate IRP
IoSetCompletionRoutineEx - Set a completion routine.
IoCallDriver - Send the IRP to the lowest-level device object
obtained using IoGetDeviceAttachmentBaseRef)
Is it possible to read a file by sending IRP_MJ_READ (if we have a FILE_OBJECT )
FILE _OBJECT does not give the length of file. How can we get it?
What value we need to give "irpStack->Parameters.Read.Key"
What need to be done if the IocallDriver returns STATUS_INVALID_USER_BUFFER (0XC00000E8)
Please let me know your inputs
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