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I'm looking to start a project where we want to fully virtualize all file system access for processes within a particular job. Somewhat similar to containerization, but the file data served would be dynamic (in our case retrieving remote files) rather than static container images.
Would this be something possible with minifilters?
Specifically, would minifilters be able to virtualize drives that otherwise don't exist on my system? For example, even if I do not have a T: drive, I would need a T: to appear to specific processes. It seems that all the examples I find are minifilters attaching to existing drives.
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