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access_control [2016/03/22 13:13]
g00r00 [ACS Function Reference]
access_control [2016/03/22 13:41]
g00r00 [Access Control Strings]
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 Each ACS function is nothing more than a single character, most often followed by a parameter afterwards that supplements the function.  The most basic example of this would probably be an ACS of "s20" An ACS of "s20" uses the function "S" which means security level, followed by 20, which defines is parameter.  The result of this ACS is that the user must have a security level of 20 or higher to have access. Each ACS function is nothing more than a single character, most often followed by a parameter afterwards that supplements the function.  The most basic example of this would probably be an ACS of "s20" An ACS of "s20" uses the function "S" which means security level, followed by 20, which defines is parameter.  The result of this ACS is that the user must have a security level of 20 or higher to have access.
  
-In addition to this basic function and parameter system, ACS can use parenthesis to force an order of evaluation, and also has the typical Boolean operators AND OR NOT that can be used along with them.  Let's look at one example of a more complex ACS before we move on:+In addition to this basic function and parameter system, ACS can use parenthesis to force an order of evaluation, and also offers the typical Boolean operators AND OR NOT.  Let's look at one example of a more complex ACS before we move on:
  
      (s20!s21|s255)|u10|(h22!h23)      (s20!s21|s255)|u10|(h22!h23)
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