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We have a minifilter, that we basically need to get notified for every file access on the machine and potentially scan them.
My question is, What type of file accesses will we miss, if we don't attach to FLT_FSTYPE_RAW? Do we really need to also attach to FLT_FSTYPE_RAW?
And what type of volumes will become FLT_FSTYPE_RAW instead of something normal like FLT_FSTYPE_NTFS?
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