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in Scots criminal law, the possession of property dishonestly appropriated by another, for example by theft, knowing it to have been so obtained and intending that the owner should be deprived of it. It may be committed by being privy to the retention of the property from the true owner. A wife, in Scotland, cannot be charged in respect of goods brought in by her husband unless she has taken an active part in trading in the goods.
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With Ivanti Password Director, end users can reset their passwords or unlock their accounts quickly and securely from the convenience of their Windows pre-login screen, a self-service web portal, or a mobile appwithout contacting the service desk.
New York: The gap between long and short reinvestment periods for reset collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) in the U.S.
The acquisition will enable Courion to extend its technology leadership by adding multi-factor authentication and mobile password reset to Courion's popular PasswordCourier product.
6.5.3.2.3 VAVSetpoint Reset For systems with direct digital control of individual zone boxes reporting to the central control panel, static pressure setpoint shall be reset based on the zone requiring the most pressure; i.e., the setpoint is reset lower until one zone damper is nearly wide open.
Representing the first of many pre-built password connectors to be included within the Cireson Identity Management Solution, Cireson Password Reset will have additional features such as Password Reset for other LDAP sources, integrated native 3rd party applications, alternate authentication methods and pre-built Service Catalog processes, integration for Password Reset for Azure AD.
Organizations may relieve the password reset burden by ensuring help desk password reset software is a discrete yet integrated part of their overall password management system.
Disturbances should be offset by the compensation of the manual reset. This control strategy can be called a type of feed-forward control.
When checking the product by the ESD interference of 2-kV, 4-kV, 6-kV in the mode of contact discharge, keystroke zone and LCD screen would be invalidation or flicker at the level of 2 kV ESD, when the discharge voltage exceeds 2 kV, the electronic dictionary would be reset, as shown in Table 1.
If I'd thought more about how the system worked, I wouldn't have wasted time and possibly risked other system failures with PFCS resets. I would have known to cycle the gear faster to avoid another cycle abort.
Now they just use their telephone to reset locked or expired passwords without delay.
Kabance and Horvath appear on the DVD that accompanies the two exercise tools--the Musician's WOW and The Reset Glove.
The resets were an attempt to optimize those categories," said Will Ander, senior partner with retail consultancy McMillan/Doolittle.