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This interface exposes an interrupt object.
The IWDFInterrupt interface has these methods.
|IWDFInterrupt::AcquireInterruptLock||The AcquireInterruptLock method begins a code sequence that executes while holding an interrupt object's lock.|
|IWDFInterrupt::Disable||The Disable method disables a specified device interrupt by calling the driver's OnInterruptDisable callback function.|
|IWDFInterrupt::Enable||The Enable method enables a specified device interrupt by calling the driver's OnInterruptEnable callback function.|
|IWDFInterrupt::GetDevice||The GetDevice method returns the framework device object interface for this interrupt object.|
|IWDFInterrupt::GetInfo||The GetInfo method retrieves information about a specified interrupt.|
|IWDFInterrupt::QueueWorkItemForIsr||The QueueWorkItemForIsr method queues a work item to process interrupt-related work outside of the interrupt service routine.|
|IWDFInterrupt::ReleaseInterruptLock||The ReleaseInterruptLock method ends a code sequence that executes while holding an interrupt object's lock.|
|IWDFInterrupt::SetExtendedPolicy||The SetExtendedPolicy method specifies the interrupt priority, processor affinity, affinity policy, and processor group for a specified interrupt.|
|IWDFInterrupt::SetPolicy||The SetPolicy method specifies the interrupt priority, processor affinity, and affinity policy for a specified interrupt.|
|IWDFInterrupt::TryToAcquireInterruptLock||The TryToAcquireInterruptLock method acquires the interrupt lock if no other thread has already acquired it.|
|End of support||Unavailable in UMDF 2.0 and later.|
|Minimum UMDF version||1.11|
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