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This question is out of curiosity, and may not have any practical use (but who knows ?).
Imagine I create a windows kernel driver with no endpoint (i.e : no call to
IoCreateDevice), but still I fill
pDriverObject->MajorFunction[IRP_MJ_DEVICE_CONTROL] to register a handler for IOCTLs. Question is : can I send IOCTL to it from userland (or kernelland) ? If yes, how ? Subquestion : is it necessary to fill this array if I don't register an endpoint ?
Thank you for your answer.
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