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Hello im a newbie when i comes to windows kernel drivers, and im eager to learn this new topic,
im trying to send ATA/SCSI IOCTLS to Harddrives/SSDs/USB connected devices from kernel driver.
i researched abit and found WdfIoTargetSendIoctlSynchronously function, but im unable to understand how to fill the function it self in order to succeed with sending ATA/SCSI IOCTLs
i was able to send ATA/SCSI commands from userspace using DeviceIoControl, now im trying to do it from the kernel instead
I've researched for few days and still couldn't understand on how to achieve my goal, any help is appreciated .
TL;DR: Can't figure how to send ATA/SCSI commands to connected PhysicalDrives from Windows Kernel Drivers (WDF)
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