A local procedure call (LPC) is an interprocess communication facility for high-speed message passing. It is not directly available through the Windows API; it is an internal mechanism available only to Windows operating system components. Here are some examples of where LPCs are used:
Windows applications that use remote procedure calls (RPCs), a documented API, indirectly use LPCs when they specify local-RPC, a form of RPC used to communicate between processes on the same system.
A few Windows APIs result in sending messages to the Windows subsystem process.
Winlogon uses LPCs to communicate with the local security authentication server process, LSASS.
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