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authorization code

[‚ȯth·ə·rə′zā·shən ‚kōd]
(computer science)
A password or identifying number that is used to gain access to a computer system.

authorization code

An identification number or password that is used to gain access to a local or remote computer system. See authorization.
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Property managers must ensure that the correct property book identification codes and type authorization codes are entered when using PBUSE.
Following the American pattern, the unlock-and-launch authorization codes held by the General Staff at its command bunkers can be sent directly to individual weapons commanders, who would execute their launch procedures.
When employees who have remote access privileges leave the firm, ensure that their authorization codes are deleted, and any relevant barrier codes are changed," he said.
OrderRight auto-generates authorization codes and flexibly manages appropriateness criteria updates.
Gift cards are popular presents, but can be easily compromised by thieves who access card numbers and authorization codes off cards on a store rack.
Participating creidt unions tell CUcorp how many authorization codes they will need and CUcorp provides the marketing promotional piece with the code for credit unions to mail out to members.
91%), dialback or secure modems (54%), firewalls to protect from external access (45%), file encryption (36%), PC hardware security devices (33%), telecommunications encryption (22%) and message authorization codes (17%).
Failed authorization codes indicate that someone input the wrong authorization code and the processing of the call was interrupted.
In the closed beta trial, coveted authorization codes were awarded to eager and loyal fans who have signed up on the waiting list.
Conference calls have traditionally been inconvenient to set up, involving the distribution and use of conference bridge numbers and authorization codes.
Departments selected features from a wide array of options including voice mail, call coverage, automatic call back, abbreviated dialing, authorization codes, conference calling, three-way transfer, etc.
Once they gain access to a system, phreaks usually sell authorization codes to persons most likely to make international calls: illegal aliens and drug traffickers.

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