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is there a diffrence between namespace directories and file system directories?

i think yes, because file system is not banaged by object manager but file system driver (i belive so), and everything is treated as file.

Is namespace directory an kernel object, or something default? (if object, how can i create/delete/secure/interact with it?).




ps, why windows call device object a file? file = handle to device, device = object.
Post 21 Sep 2010, 00:44
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File system directories live inside the kernel object namespace. The filesystem drivers and the kernel interact to provide a composite namespace.

What are you trying to do?
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