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I want to add a fairly straightforward interface/API to my UMDF (IddCx) display driver for use by apps. Something like this...:
int GetConnectorCount(); bool IsMonitorConnected(int connectorIndex); HRESULT ConnectMonitor(int connectorIndex); HRESULT DisconnectMonitor(int connectorIndex);
No need to read or write a data stream; just a few simple functions to query and manage state.
I've been looking for examples of this in the Windows Driver Samples, but all I've found are examples where IOCTLs are intercepted.
Can anyone help clarify what my options are, and maybe point to an example or some documentation?
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