In Windows Vista, the level of privileges that is required to perform certain operations.
A target for input, output, or control operations on a USB device.
A notification that something has happened that a driver might need to respond to, such as the arrival of an I/O request.
A device for which only one handle can be open at a time.
For KMDF drivers, an attribute of some objects that limits the IRQL at which the framework invokes certain object callback functions.
A synchronous error condition that results from the execution of a particular machine instruction.
An error from which the driver or system cannot recover.
functional device object
A WDF object that represents a single use of an individual file and maintains state information for that use.
An option in the PREfast defect log viewer that shows or hides particular messages.
A device object that represents a device for a filter driver.
A driver that modifies or monitors I/O requests as they pass through the device stack.
An object managed by WDF.
A build used for released products. The free build is smaller in size and faster than a checked build, but is more difficult to debug.
The primary driver for a device.
A declaration that provides SDV with information about the intended use of a WDF callback function or WDM dispatch function.
A category that PREfast uses to perform stricter type matching for assignments of callback functions to function pointers and to apply checks that are specific to a particular function type.
A device object that represents a device for a function driver.
An implicit condition imposed on a pointer argument of an action procedure for analysis with SDV.
globally unique identifier