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"We have these weird files, do you know what they are?"
"Oh that's from the same type of document management system this company I worked at uses."
"Oh Lotus Notes, does any one have experience with this?"
"Why yes I do."
Those are some small examples but registry locations, locations of where OS's and Applications keep their files, etc directly translates into useful info in Forensics/Security. We even had someone join my last company as an Associate (sort of entry level) that worked IT for 15yrs, no formal Forensics/Security training, but after a while, he was doing quite well. I think it'd be important to tailor your resume to show you know some of the requisite info and bring it home in an interview.
I've only used with Win7 however, and I haven't tested Win8.
the key phrase: and no warrants shall issue
FTFY. The whole idea is that no warrant is issued. Otherwise, as normal, a prosecutor would need to show a judge probable cause to issue a warrant to seize the phone. This is happening at the scene where the judiciary is not a factor.