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Which DDL is required for MmAllocateContiguousMemory function?

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What dll is required to link while using these DDK functions;

MmAllocateContiguousMemory(...) and MmFreeContiguousMemory(...)

Currenlty i am gettign linking error.
I have already included ntddk.h

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These are exported from ntoskrnl.exe .
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Poking around a bit further, there's an ntoskrnl.lib that comes with the DDK that has these functions as well. So I imagine that is what you would need to link against.
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