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the process of permitting access to a computer system by identification of the user's credentials.
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For purchasers of the base package, the price of a logon decreases as more are added.
introduces 3M Cogent BioTrust biometric logon software, a robust biometric logon replacement software for Windows computer programs from Microsoft.
The latest release of Lock-Out 2000 includes improvements such as password regeneration, enhanced usage management, dynamic preferences update, logon information enhancements and redesigned installation and user guides.
An enhanced logon display screen provides more informational items relating to users and their access parameters.
IT departments can centrally deploy IM Manager without requiring client configuration changes, client software, or logon scripts.
The tests focused on the logon operation, by far the most overhead intensive request that a user makes in the Coreport environment.
Clinicians can throw away their 3x5 cards with multiple user names," says Wes Rishel, Chair of the Workgroup, "and system managers will be happy that they really use individual logons, rather than posting them as a community logon right on the terminal.
Users need only one logon name and password for all of the CCOW-compliant User Link-enabled applications on their desktop.
SAFLINK's software will enable an additional 3,450 students and teachers in eight schools in the Spanga/Tensta District to replace passwords used for logon to the city's computer networks with fingerprints, a unique physical characteristic that is ideally suited for verifying an individual's identity.
SAFmodule for NMAS enables network administrators to use biometrics to provide tighter security for logon to Novell eDirectory(TM), which is in use in the City of Stockholm school districts.