multiple-key access

multiple-key access

[′məl·tə·pəl ¦kē ′ak‚ses]
(computer science)
A technique for locating stored data in a computer system by using the values contained in two or more separate key fields.
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The electronic lock system allows management to restrict each authorized user's access to specific dates and times and offers features such as preset key expirations and delayed or multiple-key access.
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