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During processing in pre-create path, it may be needed to issue a create request from the minifilter for the same or different file, with the same or similar or totally different parameters, to the top of the stack or at the minifilter's altitude - before passing the original request down. So far so good.
In that context: are there any rules regarding the ECPs that may be present in the original request? Should the new create request include ECPs copied from the original request? Or, should it start blank (without any ECPs) provided that the minifilter has no particular reasons to include its own ECPs? Or, is the answer "it depends" (on what?)?
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