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Hello. So a bit of context - I have a FS minifilter that is monitoring I/O on the pre/post path, so I have all those struct members if need be. On the Post path where I'm mainly operating, I'm checking the SD/ACL/ACE of the specified FileObject being accessed. But since my process is running from an admin, my token privileges are too high. I want the access checks to be done based on the standard user that got elevated.
I started going down the route of manually trying to check the ACCESS_MASK and building the Desired/Granted/Remaining Access and Allow/Deny based on masks in Dacl/Ace looping, and basing it from SIDs in the standard user token groups, but this is getting very complex, and I feel I will mess up the checks, hence looking at the use of APIs again.
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