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I am writing a Windows kernel driver.
For the driver I'm writing:
Many callback functions, IOCTL through the WDF driver, and network functions at the kernel level through WSK were put into a sys file.
Can I get approval from Microsoft for this?
There have been no BSOD cases during debugging and installation testing so far.
In other words.
How can I get my kernel driver certified by Microsoft without any problems?
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