Geoff Chappell, Software Analyst
The table below lists the functions that are first exported by the Windows kernel in the version 6.0 from Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008.
Documentation status is summarised by colour coding so that more detail can be given as Remarks with less text. Functions that have their own non-trivial documentation are shown with no background colour. If the function is documented as reserved or obsolete, with or without a prototype, it is shaded red or shaded grey, respectively. An undocumented function that is at least declared in one or another header file from the Windows Driver Kit (WDK) is shaded orange. If the only declaration that Microsoft is known to have disclosed publicly is from the “minwin” directory of the Enterprise WDK for Windows 10 version 1511, specifically, then the function is highlighted orange. Functions that appear to be completely undocumented are highlighted yellow. If a function is documented now but is known not to have been documented in the first contemporaneous Device Driver Kit (DDK), WDK or Installable File System (IFS) Kit, then it is shaded yellow to retain some of its previous status as undocumented.
|FsRtlCheckOplockEx||undocumented until 2008-2009;
documentation requires Windows Vista and higher
|IoClearDependency||discontinued in 1703|
|IoDeleteAllDependencyRelations||discontinued in 1703|
|KeRemoveQueueEx||declaration requires Windows Vista and higher|
|PoSetDeviceBusyEx||undocumented until 2008-2009|
|TmpIsKTMCommitCoordinator||discontinued in 6.2|