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My filter driver gets it's reparse requests ignored when it is reparsing files in paths like this one
Searching around, I find references to some tech called 'Microsoft Office Isolated Conversion Environment' which appears to be some kind of sandboxing mechanism (although details are hard to find). My guess is that Win10 might be refusing to reparse access to here for security reasons.
Does anyone know if I am on the right lines here? If so is there any way I can escalate privilege or something to allow a reparse to happen?
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