Kernel Security Support Routines

This section contains references, in alphabetical order, for the system-supplied kernel security support routines provided by the Kernel Security Driver (KSECDD.SYS) that can be used by kernel-mode file system and file system filter drivers.

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TopicDescription

SecLookupAccountName

SecLookupAccountName accepts an account as input and retrieves a security identifier (SID) for the account and the name of the domain on which the account was found.

SecLookupAccountSid

SecLookupAccountSid accepts a security identifier (SID) as input. It retrieves the name of the account for this SID and the name of the first domain on which this SID is found.

SecLookupWellKnownSid

SecLookupWellKnownSid accepts a well-known security identifier (SID) type as input and retrieves the local security identifier (SID) for this well known SID.

SecMakeSPN

SecMakeSPN creates a service provider name string that can be used when communicating with specific security service providers.

SecMakeSPNEx

SecMakeSPNEx creates a service provider name string that can be used when communicating with specific security service providers.

SecMakeSPNEx2

SecMakeSPNEx2 creates a service provider name string that can be used when it communicates with specific security service providers.

 

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Installable file systems driver design guide

 

 

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