Question: Doorways with automatic locks can be configured to be fail-secure or fail-safe. Which of the following best describes the difference of the two?
A. A fail-safe setting means that if a power disruption occurs that affects the automated locking system, the doors default to being unlocked.
B. A fail-secure setting means that if a power disruption occurs that affects the automated locking system, the doors default to being unlocked.
C. A fail-safe configuration means that the doors default to being locked if there are any problems with the power.
D. A fail-secure setting means that if a power disruption occurs that affects the manual locking system, the doors default to being unlocked.

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