'VNU Newswire' has uncovered Microsoft's back-up strategy for its Zero Administration efforts - if all else fails, virus those pesky hard drives to death. At its Windows briefing last week Microsoft gave out CDs outlining its Total Cost of Ownership policy - but it has been discovered that the disks have been corrupted with a deadly virus. "The CDs are a bit dodgy," squirmed a Microsoft spokesperson.
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