troubleshooting Question

Using SfcIsFileProtected via P/Invoke

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Here is my code.  For simplicity, I trimmed it down to the part I'm having trouble with:

static extern bool SfcIsFileProtected(int handle, string path);

if (!SfcIsFileProtected(0, fullPathOfFile))
    MessageBox.Show( "not protected");

Even if a file IS a protected file, it tells me it isn't.  What am I doing wrong?  I'm testing it on files I know are protected, because Windows restores them if I delete them.


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