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From: Mohcene BENKHELLAT (mohcenebHOTMAIL.COM)
Date: Mon Mar 12 2001 - 16:45:57 CST
Yue Weng wrote
>From: SUBSCRIBE SmartCardSDK yueweng <yuewengYAHOO.COM>
>Reply-To: SmartCardSDK <SmartCardSDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM>
>Subject: Re: Accessing Towitoko driver from network driver?
>Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2001 01:19:44 -0500
>Hi, I am trying to connect to Towitoko ChipDrive smart card driver from
>network driver layer. However, I do not know how to go about doing it.
>Does any one know if I can access the API provided by the Smart Card
>Resource Manager layer from the network driver layer. The reason for me to
>ask this question is because Smart Card Resource Manager is in user mode
>but network driver layer is in kernel mode. Hence, I think it may not be
>possible for a kernel layer to call a user layer API.
>If I am not able to call Smart Card Resource Manager API, then can I call
>the IOCTRL Interface which interface to device driver directly? Is there
>got any sample available? I saw from MSDN, it seems that function like
>DriverDeviceControl should be used, is that true?
>Any help or suggestion would be very much appreciated. Kindly please email
>to yuewengyahoo.com if you have any information.
I got a similar problem when calling it from a GINA and I had to create a
service to use ChipDrive service (SCARD32.EXE) from the GINA. This worked
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