Definitions for "Privileges"
Settings that define the kind of access users have to shared items. You can assign four types of privileges to a share point, folder, or file-read and write, read only, write only, and none no access.
A user's capabilities to use specific meeting service features. A meeting host, presenter, and attendee each have different privileges in a meeting. A host or presenter can assign privileges to or remove them from attendees.
Etymologically speaking, a privilege is a "personal law", making privileges a set of personal rights. Privileges amount to the sum of what a person may do, as granted to them or inherited. Groups or roles are said to have privileges, but ultimately that is a way to confer those privileges to all members as individuals. In the context of a Privilege management system, Privileges is used to describe the combination of a person or group, their current permissions, and any qualifications to those permissions.
privileges - See user rights.
Rights given to a physician or dentist by a hospital to give care to the hospital's patients.
The amount and kind of freedoms a person may have during the year when that person is under the authority of the Ontario Review Board (ORB). Having a stable mental status, following the rules and using privileges without problems usually leads to more privileges. The psychiatrist has the right to allow, refuse or revoke (cancel) any privilege listed on the ORB's disposition, based on that psychiatrist's assessment of the safety of the person and the public. The goal of privileges is to help people become re-integrated into society.
See Option.
An early form of agricultural options no longer traded.
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