KIA Quiz #41: Systematic deceit

KIA Quiz #41: Systematic deceit




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By default, Win2k system files are installed to a folder named WINNT. Legitimate reasons for specifying a different folder to install these system files into during setup might include:

a. A security measure to fool "exploits" looking for system files
b. A requirement for a parallel "existing version" install
c. Targeting a different, specific folder for disaster recovery
d. All of the above
e. Only a and b
f. Tricking your PC into thinking it's a Mac

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