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SAM

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SAM

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sam

(tool)
A multi-file screen editor with structural regular expressions. Sam runs under the X Window System.

SAM

(1) See sequential access method, software asset management and SCSI Architecture Model.

(2) (Security Accounts Manager) The part of Windows that manages the encrypted database of usernames, passwords and permissions. SAM resides in each server as well as in each domain controller. See Syskey, PDC and trust relationship.

(3) (Symantec AntiVirus for Macintosh) An earlier Macintosh antivirus program from Symantec Corporation, Cupertino, CA. It evolved into Norton AntiVirus for Mac.
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As such, SAM has grown in prominence but a lot of people don't know where to start.
Centennial SAM Essentials is designed to deliver significant process improvements, cost savings and risk reduction to end-users and channel partners that are looking to deploy or manage a SAM initiative.
The name was changed to SAM in honor of its founder.
Thus, in structuring SAM arrangements, taxpayers should be aware that the common-law definition of debt could be applied.
And in a new development, the companies that make it into the Yearbook are broken down into the following categories: SAM Gold Class, SAM Silver Class and SAM Bronze Class as well as "Sector Mover.
A personal workout coach, SAM provides audible timing feedback every time a new exercise is started.
We're pleased to provide SAM to Speedemissions, and believe the SAM-Speedemissions partnership will serve consumers well.
SAM replaces the slow, unstructured process with a dynamic ASP (application service provider) solution that helps reduce denials, payer excuses, bad debt and days in accounts receivable.
To achieve its mission of developing professionalism in the SAM industry, IiS has four immediate objectives: