Driver System Threads
Creates a kernel-mode thread associated with a given process object or with the default system process. Returns a handle for the thread.
Terminates the current thread and satisfies as many waits as possible for the current thread object.
Returns a handle for the current thread.
Returns a pointer to the opaque thread object that represents the current thread.
Returns the current priority of a given thread.
Sets up the run-time priority, relative to the system process, for a driver-created thread.
Sets up the run-time priority for a driver-created thread with a real-time priority attribute.
Puts the current thread into an alertable or nonalertable wait state for a given interval.
Queues an initialized work queue item so the driver-supplied routine will be called when a system worker thread is given control.
Sets the priority of a given thread for which the caller has a handle.