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logoff

a procedure for terminating interaction between a user and a computer. Also called sign-off.
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This device provides picker accountability for every pick in the system and eliminates the need for picker logon and logoff functions.
It addresses HIPAA technical practices and procedures such as individual authentication of users, access controls, audit trails, physical security and disaster recovery, protection of external electronic communication, software discipline, system assessment, automatic logoff, unique user identification, communication network controls and a password system.
However, since Web browsers cache all data on public computers, end-users unknowingly risk leaving sensitive information such as passwords, cookies and documents stored on the computer--especially if the user fails to logoff www.
Through the agreement, Citadel's SecurePC desktop standardization and file hardening software, Hercules vulnerability assessment and remediation tool and NetOFF automatic logoff programs will be available for trial through EBSCO's customer web site.
Other new features in this version include the ability to import macros from another macro file, user-customizable color macro editor, the ability to run a macro at Windows startup, and macros to restart, reboot, or logoff of Windows.
Under the revised DialUnit charges, the following administrative commands used for basic maintenance functions will not generate DialUnits, regardless of which file the user is in when executing the command: Cost, Display Sets, Edit (including commands used within the online editor like Change, Copy, Delete, Insert, List, Move, Query, Quit, Renum, Save, Edit Email, Edit Address), Help, Formats, Keep, Logoff (Logoff Hold), Recall, Release, Save, Set, Show, and all the commands preceded by these terms.
A commercial program (NETOFF)(9) can be used to automatically logoff public-access computers when their time restriction limit has been reached.
Commands LogOff, Lock and other are supported without breaking the client's connection because it is working as Windows Service.
The lightweight device identifies each picker to the Pick-MAX modules during a pick or put, providing picker accountability for every pick and eliminating the need for picker logon and logoff functions.
When executed, the Gruel worm sends itself to all the user's email contacts, disables many Windows features--including task manager, logoff, shutdown, lock computer and change password--and also deletes many files in the Windows system folder.
It can even do it every time you logoff and closedown if you wish - making it ideal for some commercial environments.
These lines deliver information practically instantly with software-triggered logon and logoff that works so smoothly, the user may not even realize he or she is switchirg between CD-ROM and online.