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I wanted to know if there is any way or macro that can be used in miniport drivers to detect if WHQL NDISTest 6.x is being run or not?
Reason: Certain times when WHQL test is being run, I need to change the ring size of the miniport driver to pass the test. However, the defaults work fine on regular setups.
So, I wanted to know if I can use any macro to detect that WHQL test is being run and my driver can change the default to larger ring size when the driver is loaded. Any pointer to any documentation is appreciated.
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