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I'm writing an encryption program and desire the ability to create a virtual disk drive that will be used to store encrypted files.
From what I've read, I will need to delve into the windows driver ddk. Does anyone know of an open source solution that I can  easily integrate into my app? I don't want to merely mirror directory locations with a drive letter, thanks for any info or links..

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