default name

default name

The name initially assigned to a folder or any other resource that comes with or is created in the computer. For example, when you create a new folder in most computers, its default name is "New Folder." Default names can be changed by the user.
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Among the Luo community, it was a default name for all male children born at night.
Go to the Table Name field on the Table Tools Design tab in the ribbon and change the default name (Tablel) to something descriptive.
FOR many years now, the Golf has represented the default name in small family hatchbacks.
There are just a few vendors of wireless network adapters, so if a user does not change the default name to a secure code--and most don't--it can be easy for an intruder to crack the default code and intercept the user's communications.
Enter Main where the default name Form1 appears and click on OK.
Since only about one percent of wireless users bother to change the default name to a secure code, the other 99 percent are vulnerable.
In the File Name block accept the default name or create a new name.
This figure increased to 21 percent if networks that used the default name, but which had some random element per device, e.
Jeep might be the default name in big all-terrain vehicles but it is a relative newcomer to producing a car whose bias is tilted back towards the road.
Replace the default name, such as T1, with a meaningful name: Name for the Name box, Address for the Address box, and so on.
Since very few wireless users bother to change the default name to a secure code, most wireless access points are unprotected, leaving the corporate network vulnerable to attack or misuse.
The default names of files you are downloading from ASIMS are changing to better reflect the data contained within the file and to include the date the data was downloaded.