VOID
ObpHandleDosDeviceName(
      POBJECT_SYMBOLIC_LINK SymbolicLink
  );

Routine Description:

    This routine does extra processing symbolic links being created in the \??
    object directory.  This processing consists of:

    1.  Determine if the name of the symbolic link is of the form \??\x:
        where x can be any upper or lower case letter.  If this is the
        case then we need to set the bit in KUSER_SHARED_DATA.DosDeviceMap
        to indicate that the drive letter exists.  We also set
        KUSER_SHARED_DATA.DosDeviceDriveType to unknown for now.

    2.  Process the link target, trying to resolve it into a pointer to
        an object other than a object directory object.  All object directories
        traversed must grant world traverse access other wise we bail out.
        If we successfully find a non object directory object, then reference
        the object pointer and store it in the symbolic link object, along
        with a remaining string if any.  ObpLookupObjectName will used this
        cache object pointer to short circuit the name lookup directly to
        the cached object's parse routine.  For any object directory objects
        traversed along the way, increment their symbolic link SymbolicLinkUsageCount
        field.  This field is used whenever an object directory is deleted or
        its security is changed such that it no longer grants world traverse
        access.  In either case, if the field is non-zero we walk all the symbolic links
        and resnap them.

Arguments:

    SymbolicLink - pointer to symbolic link object being created.

    Name - pointer to the name of this symbolic link

Return Value:

    None.