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redirection

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redirection

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redirection

Diverting data from their normal destination to another; for example, to a disk file instead of the printer, or to a server's disk instead of the local disk. See virtual directory, symbolic link, shortcut, hijacking and redirector.
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The research also found that renters are less likely to take out a Redirection when moving (40%) compared to home owners (55%).
The first move addressed the recurrent expenses for government bodies and ministries by means of restructuring the government system and the second move is about the government redirection of subsidy to the eligible categories and sectors.
In addition to multimedia redirection, IGEL's Linux-based RemoteFX solution now supports USB redirection, which permits virtualized access to local USB devices for applications such as smartphone synchronization, operation of audio devices and headsets, and smartcard-based authentication.
A Royal Mail spokesman said: "There's a clear notification that there's a redirection in place and it should be going through.
I would like to see it so that any mail redirection company has to put the details of their business in any address.
Rename specialises in offering a redirection service from easy-to-remember URLs using the Austrian suffix 'at'.
Among the allegations brought against Education Redirection are claims that the school unconstitutionally taught religion.
Expect the software behemoth to make a smaller, but no less crucial redirection of its efforts toward the wireless market.
Ancient onlookers probably marveled at the capture and redirection of a natural force as significant as the sun, he says.
As Table 1 shows, the literature on Oxenfeldt and Kelly's ownership redirection thesis has yielded inconsistent empirical conclusions.
The basic premise of strategic redirection is that companies periodically need to get completely out of some businesses and/or get into new ones.
A redirection of the company's R&D efforts and the appointment of its first outside distributors are other news that emerged in a recent interview with company executives.