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ICopyHook::CopyCallback for files?

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I need to know how to determine whether a file is about to be copied, moved, etc, so that it may be stopped if so desired, in the same way that the ICopyHook::CopyCallback interface works for folders.  Sample code would be appreciated.
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I am assuming that you want to intervene before a file action can take place. The only way I know of off hand is to hook from a VXD on Win95 and from a driver in WinNT.
For monitoring only, I assume that you have looked at
FindFirstChangeNotification
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He's right.  You might find a driver code to start with from www.ntinternals.com.

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