Enhanced Write Filter (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)


Enhanced Write Filter (EWF) provides the ability to write-protect a run-time image. By redirecting all write requests to either a separate disk partition or RAM, EWF allows the run-time image to maintain the appearance of a writeable run-time image. Additionally, Enhanced Write Filter provides the ability to deploy a run-time image onto read-only media, such as a CD-ROM.

EWF Overview

Provides an overview of Enhanced Write Filter. This overview describes the EWF architecture and the components that are required to support EWF. It also defines common EWF terminology.

EWF Modes

Describes the different modes of EWF, and how to implement each type.

EWF Design Considerations

Describes the considerations you should make before configuring and deploying an EWF-protected run-time image.

Troubleshooting Enhanced Write Filter

Provides tips for troubleshooting common EWF configuration problems.

Enhanced Write Filter API

Describes the functions that you can use to programmatically control EWF.

Design a Run-Time Image

Describes the design phase of the development process. During this phase you can choose the components and resources that are required for your run-time image.

EWF Definitions

Describes EWF-specific terminology.

EWF Architecture

Describes the EWF driver architecture.

EWF Components

Describes the components that support EWF.

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