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Change thread context(address space)

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Hello Everybody:

I am developing file system filter driver in Winnt.
Dispatch routines are called with any thread context.
I need to execute several routines in my driver in a specific user process address space, in order to access buffer/object that created in the specific
user process.

Does anyone know how it can be done ?

Thanks

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You can do that by queuing a user APC routine - see 'QueueUserWorkItem()' (http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dllproc/hh/winbase/prothred_1ar1.asp) or 'QueueUserAPC()' ( == 'ZwQueueAPCThread()' in KMode). Both have an equivalent in kernel mode, though I only can remember the latter one now...
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KeAttachProces()

In www.google.com, search for "KeAttachProcess"
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