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local drive

A disk or tape drive directly attached to the user's computer. The term would be used to differentiate the drive from one on a server in the network, which would be called a "network drive" or "remote drive." See local resource.
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Because of this uniqueness, you can erase local drives such as the C:\ drive directly from the computer the ISO image file is running from, without needing to connect an additional computer to it.
In a live demonstration at the Black Hat DC conference, a security consultant showed how it's possible to exploit a flaw in the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser to remotely read files on the victim's local drive, prompting a security advisory from Microsoft.
When Grosvenor Chemicals experienced frequent motor burn-outs on its PVA emulsion pumps, local drive specialist Westin Drives solved the problem using LENZE smd inverters.
This is the message being delivered as part of a local drive to raise awareness of how to report a fraud you suspect is taking place against the NHS.
Access to shared storage can be managed the same way as a local drive. There is no need for special disk formatting or management utilities, or for creating or managing special user accounts.
"The raffle raised enough cash for 414 phone and text votes," said Maria Cox, one of the members of the local drive to get people voting for Alistair.
Opencola can perform one search that includes search engines, news sites, local drive, shared drive, user's shared desktops, intranet, and email.
The key to success is making it just as easy for the computer user to save their stuff into the proper folder on a remote server as it is to keep it on his or her local drive.
Because the systems store data in a central place -- rather than on a local drive -- all users automatically access the most updated version.
These include Desktop Drive, a new Desktop.com technology that allows users to seamlessly upload files to their Desktop account from a local drive on their PC; and increased file storage, which gives users the option to purchase additional storage space to meet their growing needs.
Defrag Local Drives: PC Win Booster allows to scan local drives and make decisions, whether defragmentation is needed to the each local drive.
Each user creates information and saves it on his local drive. If the user's disk drive fails, the data must be restored from a backup.

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