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I would like to change the created file path save location during the saving process, but every time I've tried, I've got an error message like: "someting wrong with the path".
Is there any simple way to make it work?
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Reparse the IRP_MJ_CREATE ? (check the archives on how to do it - the details escape me at this distance)
Checkout https://github.com/microsoft/windows-driver-samples/tree/master/filesys/miniFilter/simrep. Basically, you just replace the file name in the file object and return STATUS_REPARSE.
Thanks, I've tried that one, but unfortunatly I can't make it work properly! I've change the Global.Mapping.Mames, but it simply not working as I think it should. Propably I made some mistakes, but I don't no what are those. I've try to change the TargetFileObject name, but it is not good, because it throws an error like "path not exists".
Kind regards, Dejan Maksimovic.
FS Lead: http://www.alfasp.com
I've set up the path like this, but it saves the file as TEST.TXT insted of FIN.txt.
RtlInitUnicodeString( &Globals.Mapping.NewName, L"\Device\HarddiskVolume3\Temp\FIN.TXT");
RtlInitUnicodeString( &Globals.Mapping.OldName, L"\Device\HarddiskVolume3\Temp\TEST.TXT");
Hi! I've tried it several times, all the combinations, but it is still not working as it should. I tried it with default values, I created the folders so: c:\x\y and c:\a\b. When I save something to the x\y\ fodler it saves it, but not in the a\b\ folder. The vm uses 1 drive, and run win 10 build 19041 release(191206-1406). Can someone tell me what sould I try, where can be the problem. I would be very grateful