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    Post Infected Machine on a local network

    You are an Administrator for a network that requires very minimal downtime. one of the computer becomes infected, what is the first thing you would do:

    A. plug out the infected computer

    B. scan the infected computer

    C. shut down the network (network switch)

    D. unplug the infected computer from the network
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    *Intelligent people can take hints
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    D. unplug the infected computer from the network

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    has to be D... i think
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    D. is correct, remove infected pc from network
    _ _ _ _________ _ _ _ _______ _ _ _
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    E. Torch the system til it fully melts?
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