log-off


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log-off

[′läg ‚ȯf]
(computer science)
The procedure for a user to disconnect from a computer system, including the release of resources that were assigned to the user.
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The board features both onetouch multimedia keys, forward and back Internet buttons, 'My Favorites' keys, sleep and log-off hot keys and enhanced f-keys.
Also, auto log-off is used to automatically timeout a session and purge all cached information after a period of inactivity from a secure connection.--Nortel Networks
If the student doesn't log-off, the program stays open until the student stops by the computer lab later in the day and accesses it to his heart's content.
It records information concerning 400 operation events (driver log-in, log-off or excessive impact) to an onboard memory.
There is no log-off `button'-bananabet requires users to close down their browser completely to exit and protect their details.
The log-off hold feature (STOP H) on Orbit has been extended to two hours.
NetSwift iGate provides hardware-based SSL encryption for applications and data as well as granular web access control to the file level, central administration of users by group, role and application, integrated two-factor token authentication or password access, auto log-off and an application proxy for reducing web server exploitation risks.