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The client driver support methods that are defined by the smart card class extension (WudfSmcClassExt) library. These methods are implemented by the smart card class extension module, Wudfsmcclassext.dll, which is an inbox component starting with Windows 10. Your smart card client driver calls these methods to communicate with smart card framework extension and the smart card hardware. In this section Topic Description Initializes a structure. Releases resources allocated in its previous call to. Processes the requested I/O control code.
Registers client driver-implemented callback functions with the smart card class extension before the framework creates a device object for the smart card device. Queries the supported functionality of the inserted smart card. Gets the current state of the smart card. Gets parameters that are associated with an I/O request. Gets the capabilities of the smart card reader. Gets the data for use with the T=0 protocol.
Gets the data for use with the T=1 protocol. Gets the buffer that contains data received from the smart card. Gets the buffer that contains data in the user's I/O request to be sent to the card. Gets information that identifies the smart card reader, such as the vendor name, unit number, and serial number. Initializes the Microsoft-provided smart card class extension (WudfSmcClassExt.dll). Parses the request buffer and determines the Lc and Le lengths of the request. Gets reply data for use with the T=0 protocol.