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Mastering Windows Network Forensics and Investigation, 2nd Edition by Scott Pearson, Ryan Johnson, Steve Bunting, Steven Anson

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Chapter 16: Presenting the Results

Create a readable narrative report that contains hyperlinks to the technical information. Electronic reports are akin to having a small website on a CD or DVD, with that website being a collection of reports relating to your case. Electronic reports offer many advantages over paper reports. Electronic reports are flexible and inexpensive to produce, and, through hyperlinks, the reader can navigate to specific points and return easily. Hyperlinks, therefore, are one of the key tools needed to create electronic reports.
Master It You are tasked with creating an electronic report in a network investigation case. In your narrative report, you have made a statement that the event in question was captured in the Windows ...

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