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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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Within three minutes I received an email (sent to my WHOIS authorized email account) containing the transfer authorization code.
Through an integrated profile server, the OCLC SiteSearch system administrator can limit the number of simultaneous users, restrict access by authorization code, create authorization classes for end-user access, and set up master authorizations.
Users can program a long distance access number, authorization code, and the phone number into different memory locations.
o Client notification via email and text of package delivery, retrieval instructions, authorization code and locker number.
Once he is satisfied that the request is valid, Rohr provides the employee with an authorization code that he randomly generates.
When you use your card at a retail store where an on-line authorization code is needed to approve your purchase, your funds are electronically earmarked for that transaction.
Smart cards are essentially tiny computers the size of credit cards that can be snapped into a laptop slot; once installed, they require an authorization code to access a remote network or computer.
Unlike other mobile solutions, with FirsTech's platform, the end-user's payment information is never transferred via the mobile device itself, merely accessed behind the scenes via a unique authorization code delivered by text for each transaction.
identify the name and authorization code of the person making such opening and/or
When a company becomes a SecureCard subscriber, Preferred assigns a five-digit authorization code to each employee authorized to use the card.
RFinity technology works by attaching a unique, one-time-use encrypted code to each transaction, activated by consumers tapping their phone and entering a personal authorization code.

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