Re[2]: Handling irp_mj_set_information

For the common cases, a stream context is used since you would be
processing for a request for all accesses to the same file. But there
are cases where you need to have a per handle context. This depends on
your design.


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>Ok, problem solved.
>I was accidentally using streamhandle context instead of stream
>context, so that’s why. My bad.
>Anyways, is it recommended to use stream context for encryption based
>drivers? or should I use file context instead? Thanks.
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Ok, thanks for your reply Peter.