An Access Control List (ACL), is any mechanism for implementing access control on an operating system, file system, directory service, or other software.
Access Control is a general term describing how administrators can secure access to objects in Active Directory.
Access is generally, the process of connecting to and using resources on a network. To provide a user with access to network resources, permissions must first be granted to the user.
Acceptable Use Policy is a policy created by management to specify acceptable usage for corporate network services as well as the consequences of violating these standards.
ASN.1 is an ISO standard that provides a mechanism for encoding human-readable symbols into condensed binary form.
Absolute Path is the hierarchical path that locates a file or folder in a file system starting from the root. The absolute path of a file enables the location of the file to be precisely specified,...