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Writing a driver for EFS

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Hi.
I need to write a driver for Win2000 for Extent FileSystem (from SGI). I don't know nothing about device drivers and about this file system. Any links how to write file system driver for W2K and about EFS will be very helpfull.
Thank you in advance.
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A starting point may be the Installable File System (IFS) Kit - see http://www.microsoft.com/ddk/ifskit/

Another good resource is www.osr.com - if you know nothing about drivers, get the DDK (msdn.microsoft.com/ddk) and start with the samples...
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thanks anyway
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Thanks, but why did you accept my comment as an answer and graded a "C"? If it did not help, it is not an answer...
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