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subdirectory

A disk directory that is subordinate to (below) another directory. Also called a "subfolder." In order to reference a subdirectory in a command line, the address must include all directories above it (see path). See folder.
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For the log subdirectory, with the same approach, we can monitor the directory of "container_xxxx_xxx" and the modification events of the "syslog" log.
By looking in this subdirectory, it is possible to look at and restore files that have been deleted, but not purged from the recycle bin.
* Results grouping, in which multiple hits from one subdirectory are collapsed into a single group, making hit lists much more manageable
While installing itself the worm copies itself to the Windows directory and to the \SYSTEM32 subdirectory with the name "ntkml.exe".
Create and name a subdirectory, using unique naming convention, in sequential order.
Similarly, the file system used on most of the consumer versions of Windows doesn't support subdirectory and/or file level password protection, whereas the corporate versions can be configured to protect both subdirectories and files with special passwords.
For example, an automated tool may make assumptions on how the files were originally structured without taking into account efforts by humans to mask or disguise that structure by installing a program or other file over a deleted subdirectory. Though it is a more time-consuming process to reconstruct directories manually, the benefits of having investigators able to testify about exactly what actions were taken, what decisions were made, and what analysis was conducted based on what was encountered far outweigh the added hard work.
Every time you go to open a test bank or exam, it defaults to the MicroTest subdirectory, rather than to the subdirectory you last used to open a file.
The Windows 98 CD-ROM has a Powertoy subdirectory with only the one enhancement, Tweakui.
I also like to see what subdirectory they are being stored in and change it if necessary.
But by clicking on entries in the subdirectory such as "Japanese" and "French", browsers are carried straight to the names they want.
The usually means that the information is in a subdirectory thus not on a computer dedicated to that person, company, or organization.