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Kernel mode driver on Vista

Is it possible to convert a kernel mode driver so it is compatible with Vista?

We have a specialized card printer whose drivers haven't been updated since NT time. We had no problem with XP or server 2003 computers once the group policy preventing kernel mode driver installation was changed, but Vista has found yet another way to cause us frustration.

Thank you for your assistance.
-Adam.
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ajschw
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souseranCommented:
Try here:

Converting Win32 Kernel-mode Print Drivers to User Mode

http://www.unixwiz.net/techtips/win32-pdriver-ktou.html
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Computer101Commented:
Forced accept.

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