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access rights

The permissions that are granted to a user, or to an application, to read, write and erase files in the computer. Access rights can be tied to a particular client or server, to folders within that machine or to specific programs and data files. See access control list and privilege.
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Users can be assigned different access rights and see only assets and projects for which they have permission.
Policies and programmes seeking secure land access rights for women and other marginalised groups must be further tailored to local realities.
"Near the top of the list of concerns are changes to multi-use access rights on access land," said Mr Pugh.
Second phase refers to giving those access rights remaining accurate and up-to-date during each of the company's employee's tenures.
In addition, regular reviews of staff IT access rights should also be carried out to ensure that there are no anomalies.
They argued that had it been allowed to stand, it would have undermined the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2013 and set an unhelpful legal precedent for access rights in Scotland.
At the same time, 40% of advisors said they had no plans to design policies and procedures around vendor management, while 39% did not plan to address gaps in access rights and controls.
It was despite residents highlighting an access rights dispute - with the land owner and the developer both claiming rights to the bit of road that leads to the fields.
Regional director Dorothy Fairburn said: "The shale gas industry has consistently claimed that below-surface access rights are a major barrier to the investment and development of fracking because land ownership extends below ground level.
FUW land use and parliamentary committee chairman Gavin Williams said: " Manorial rights, which can include sporting rights, access rights, the right to hold markets and fairs on the land, and potentially the most valuable mines and mineral rights are known as over-riding interests.
The system will use software modules including CEM's AC2000 Visual Imaging and Pass Production System (VIPPS), which allows security personnel to produce passes and access rights for staff and visitors.