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How to get long path name of files in device driver?

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I just want to convert short path names into long ones.

C:\PROGRA~1\readme.txt ========> c:\program files\readme.txt

How to do this in Win2K Device Driver?  thank you!
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Call "GetLongPathName()" - this is also available for drivers (see winbase.h in "%DDKROOT%\inc")
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