Where are those shares?

When you install Windows, there are a number of administrative hidden shares that are already configured in the operating system. What character denotes a hidden share?

A) # (pound sign)

B) % (percent sign)

C) & (ampersand)

D) $ (dollar sign)

E) (the invisible sign)

2 thoughts on “Where are those shares?”

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