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1. accessIn general, access refers to the permission to use. If you've been given the rights to use a computer or service you have authorized access, usually granted by entering your username and password.

Note: If you are using a computer or service without permission, you have unauthorized access

2. A channel of communication that is opened with a software or hardware device such as a computer floppy drive, modem, or printer. If the appropriate access is not obtained, the user receives an access denied or another error message.

3. Microsoft Access is a database software management program.

4. See Access company page for further information about the Access company.

Also see: Database, Entry, FoxPro, Remote access, Security terms