trust relationship


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trust relationship

A logical connection that is established between directory domains so that the rights and privileges of users and devices in one domain is shared with the other. For example, it allows users to log in once and have access to all associated resources without having to be authenticated again. See forests and trees and transitive trust.
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6) Empathy is not pity; feeling sorry for the person does not promote a trust relationship but, rather, separates a negotiator from the subject.
The best response to these various biases is to know the enemy, and of course, take the time to build a trust relationship.
The Tax Court agreed that if a trust relationship had been created instead of Shearson simply being Cummins, agent, the gifts would be complete on Shearson's receipt of the letter.
This means that to share objects in both directions between two domains, two trust relationships have to be established, which made administration of large collections of domains quite unwieldy.
The process for establishing a trust relationship between two distinct entities, or certificate authorities, is called cross-certification.
Perpetual and The Bank of New York have a longstanding corporate trust relationship, with the Bank having acted as Perpetual's offshore trustee for the majority of Perpetual's global transactions.
Entrust Technologies Limited, the leading global provider of Trust Relationship Management(TM) software and managed services, markets getAccess in Japan via its wholly owned subsidiary, enCommerce Japan, based in Tokyo.