access rights

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access rights

The permissions that are granted to a user, or to an application, to read, write and erase files in the computer. Access rights can be tied to a particular client or server, to folders within that machine or to specific programs and data files. See access control list and privilege.
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Compare access rights per user to what is appropriate for the users' roles and accept, amend or disable the access rights as needed
Twenty-seven per cent say their organizations use technology-based identity and access controls to detect the sharing of system administration access rights or root-level access rights by privileged users, and 24 per cent say they combine technology with process.
The design contemplates a Federated System with support for multiple users and access control to the data, based in access rights that generate multiple views for a source.
Administration time can be reduced when access rights needs change, as only changes for individual members in the Active Directory Group are required.
The Countryside Agency is holding a public roadshow in Durham Town Hall to give people the chance to see which areas could have new public access rights in the coming years.
These building access rights represent a significant competitive barrier to entry and time to market advantage, and will help us to effectively accelerate our business plan," said Charles B.
Access rights to operations on objects are grouped by role name, and the use of resources is restricted to individuals authorized to assume the associated role.
It will simply require that additional access rights be purchased rather than taken.
He discussed regulations which would allow the council permission to lower the price for selling access rights to residents without being liable.
Graham said it usually takes nine months to two years to negotiate access rights with building owners.
These devices must unify both environments' security semantics by managing the distinctions between each environment's identifiers, access rights, and security descriptors.
Both programs have built-in tools for administering the network, performing such tasks as creating login passwords and providing access rights to various staffers - a process called trusts.