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Lets say that we have written a minifilter driver that needs to do stuff in its pre/post IRP_MJ_CLEANUP callbacks when a file is closed.
A problem arises when we have a file inside a shared folder. in this case, it seems like IRP_MJ_CLEANUP could never get called when the file is deleted by a remote host. how to resolve this issue?
Overall, how does network shared folders work with minifilters? for example if i want to monitor write operations on files, and a remote process/host does the modification, then my pre write callback will never get called, right? how to properly deal with this?
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