Network Driver Programming Considerations

Microsoft Windows network drivers share similar design goals. Network drivers should be written to be portable and scalable, to provide simple configuration of hardware and software, to use object-based interfaces, and to support asynchronous I/O. This section describes how to apply these general design goals to the network drivers that you write for Microsoft Windows Vista and later operating systems.

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