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== Definition ==
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'''Log in''' (also called '''log on''' or '''logon''') is the procedure by which a [[user]] begins a [[terminal session]]. The [[user]] identifies himself or herself to the [[computer system]] for [[authorized access]] to his or her specific information base and [[program]]s.
 
'''Log in''' (also called '''log on''' or '''logon''') is the procedure by which a [[user]] begins a [[terminal session]]. The [[user]] identifies himself or herself to the [[computer system]] for [[authorized access]] to his or her specific information base and [[program]]s.
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== See also ==
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* [[anonymous login]]
 
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Latest revision as of 21:18, 7 August 2012

Definition[]

Log in (also called log on or logon) is the procedure by which a user begins a terminal session. The user identifies himself or herself to the computer system for authorized access to his or her specific information base and programs.

See also[]