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Why are we changing links away from internal pages? [[User:Jessek|Jessek]] 08:42, 22 October 2007 (PDT)
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This article references "MACE" values which I've never heard of. Now, humbly, that doesn't mean a whole lot ;) but I was curious if the author of this page meant to write MAC values instead. Thoughts? [[User:Cobalt2020|AEI Forensics]]
 
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: I'm a n00b ;) I just remembered what the E stands for (the Master File Table Entry Modified time stamp of the file). Do we have a page on here for a proper explanation of the MACE acronym? [[User:Cobalt2020|AEI Forensics]]
I don't understand your question. [[User:Simsong|Simsong]]
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: In a [http://www.forensicswiki.org/index.php?title=Organizations&diff=5989&oldid=5959 previous version] of this page, some of the links pointed to other wiki pages such as [[Defense Cybercrime Center]]. In the latest version, these links have been changed to the (external) web sites for the organizations, such as http://www.dc3.mil/ [[User:Jessek|Jessek]]
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:: Ahh, I understand what he is saying. A single link was changed by myself (not multiple) to an external website. Let me change it to be an internal and an external link. [[User:Cobalt2020|Cobalt2020]]
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:: Do we have a template or a better way to delineate internal and external pages?  Or should the DoD link just be left internal as we have a page for it? [[User:Cobalt2020|Cobalt2020]]
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::Oh, I see the issue. If you are inside a DoD network there are hostnames that can be resolved, but when you are on the outside they don't work. I would recommend not using the internal hostnames if at all possible. If there are cases when you want to put information on the wiki where there are no equivalent external hostnames, we could try to work something out...[[User:Simsong|Simsong]] 18:20, 24 October 2007 (PDT)
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This article references "MACE" values which I've never heard of. Now, humbly, that doesn't mean a whole lot ;) but I was curious if the author of this page meant to write MAC values instead. Thoughts? AEI Forensics

I'm a n00b ;) I just remembered what the E stands for (the Master File Table Entry Modified time stamp of the file). Do we have a page on here for a proper explanation of the MACE acronym? AEI Forensics