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Is it possible to do so? I would like to inspect and potentially modify certain behaviors of this third party filter driver.
I was looking at this discussion https://community.osr.com/discussion/287194/wdf-attaching-to-device-stack and I saw a comment by Tim Roberts:
Plus, it's trivially easy to install a filter driver in the supported manner, which makes you a full participant in the IRP stack and lets you do everything KMDF can do. A device filter doesn't need an INF. Just copy the file into place, create the service, and tweak the registry.
Seems like a solution to my problem but I don't know how to go about the details.
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