Usernames at the University of Kent consist of a user's initials and a number and act as unique identifier.
Jabber User's account name on a Jabber Server, captured in the node identifier portion of a valid Jabber ID. A username can be different from a Nickname.
To use the workstations, you must have a username created by the system manager which authorizes use on a particular workstation. A username generally looks like your own name, and is the name that you will be known by in mail messages. A popular choice for a username is your first initial followed by your last name. Your username must be 8 characters long or less.
A specially designed name used to get into a network account.
is the part of your email address that comes before the @. If your email address is (firstname.lastname@example.org), then your user name is (miller).
The unique name which identifies each account under Athens. Note that a username may not necessarily be owned by one person alone: access accounts provide, under one username, the potential to create many more accounts (the total number is set by the administrator who creates such an account).
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A code name which an authorized user must type or enter into a computer system to logon and gain access to its resources. See also password.
the identifying name of a computer user, which serves as part of the person's email address.
A set of characters used to identify different users' computer accounts on a shared computer system.
Name of the user utilized for identification when one logs onto SBN.
The name which identifies a specific user to the network. It must be unique on that network so users will not be confused with each other. The user's name and password usually must be entered to log in to the network.
A unique, case-sensitive name--consisting of alpha and numeric characters--used to gain access to a program, file or directory and is kept confidential by CCBill
A unique name identifying a user account on the network. See also user account.
Account name or user ID.
The name you used to sign on to Prodigy Internet (not your password); you chose it during your sign-up/set-up session, right before you officially became a member of Prodigy Internet. It might have been smithjones or lovescats. Either way, your Username is how other people on Prodigy Internet (and the Internet at large) will first come to know you -- it's in your e-mail address (email@example.com), and it's the name that will appear on your Newsgroup postings.
The name you used to sign on to SBC Yahoo! (your Member ID not your password). It might have been smithjones or ilovecats. It's in your email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and it's the name that will appear on your Newsgroup postings.
A sequence of characters, different from a password, that is used as identification and is required when logging on to a multiuser computer system, LAN, bulletin board system, or online service. Also called user ID, or uid.
a convenient name you select for yourself to set up your own personal account
a name accepted to access a computer system
a name for logging into a system
a name that gets you access to features available to those who register with a site
a name that identifies you to your ISP
an identifier on a system, in this case the server (computer) called cyllene
a unique code assigned to each large system user by the ACC Campus Technology department
a unique code assigned to each large system user by the SUNY Fredonia Information Technology Services
a unique handle that identifies a user from any other user
a unique name for each user
a word that you choose that is unique to you
Same as 'login', name by which your account is recognised by a server. The correct user name and password are needed in combination to log on to the Internet.
The string of characters that identifies you. When connecting to a computer, you typically need to provide your user name and password. This information is used to verify that you are authorized to use the system. Wide Area Information Servers(WAIS) A distributed information system that allows you to search databases for information based on keywords that you specifies. WAIS returns a weighted list of files that match your keywords. There are numerous shareware and freeware WAIS applications available on the Internet for anonymous FTP download.
The e-mail address of an authorized user of MyLiveVault. This is used with a password to log in to MyLiveVault. See also user.
The designated name that a network server requires for you to log on.
This is the account reference name sent to you in the Account Activation Letter. When you need to log on to your site, you will use this item.
Your account name, also known as Login.
A unique "name" by which each user is identified.
Code established during an account set-up process and required for future access to that account. The account login process usually requires a password, also. (e.g., Chapura Customer Accounts use the customerâ€™s email address as the username.)
The identifier used to authenticate to a computer system, ordinarily used along with a password.
A username usually consists of 1 to 8 characters, and only uses numbers 0 through 9 and the 26 alphabet letters. Usernames do not have spaces and may be the same of different than the first part of the e-mail address and should NOT be the same for your internet connection AND your e-mail especially if the password is the same for both user access names. Having seveal user names and passwords is not a problem at home because your system can remember the password and you can avoid extra typing.
Each account has a username that the user of the account types in to log in to the network and uses to gain access to the network resources.
The name a user types in when authenticating that uniquely identifies the user in the local cell. It is mapped to the user's AFS UID.
or userid a short string of characters (usually 8) entered at login that uniquely identifies a user. Also called the login id, the username is the first thing typed into the computer and, together with the password, is used to authenticate user accounts on the system.
The name you will be known by in the chat rooms.
the identification that a customer uses to log onto the website (accompanied by a password). The username cannot resemble the contact name, business name or email address.
refers to a Login or Account name. These are all used synonymously.
The unique system username one is registered with in any program
the identification you use when you log into a service. Often shorted to user.
The alias you are given for logging on to a computer system, for example while my name is Peter Mason, my username is pmason. Used in conjunction with passwords for logging in.
A name string that unique identifies an individual user. Normally accompanies by a password, or PIN and token to provide authentication. Usernames/Passwords should never be disclosed or shared as this would mean there is no accountability within the system.
A security name consisting of letters and or numbers, issued to individual companies by Strategis, Industry Canada.
A unique personalized identifier used to access computer systems, such as an e-mail mailbox or Online Learning.
an identifier used in conjunction with a password to access computer-based systems at QUT.
The name a person uses to identify him or herself when logging onto a web site. Generally a username is coupled with a password, and both must be entered correctly before the person gains access to the web site. On Undergroundfilm.org, a user's email address functions as their username.
an identifier, usually up to 8 character long, associated with a particular user. Used in combination with a password to verify the identity of the user. The username may be widely known; the password should be known only by the particular user.
Your Mesh Broadband username is the name that you chose when you signed up for our service. It forms part of your email address too - everything after the @ sign. So if your email address is email@example.com your username would be yourname.meshbroadband.net.
The name you use to identify yourself when logging onto a computer system or online service.
The name created by a person to use on that particular website
A unique name or identification assigned to a user of a computer system. Sometimes used synonymously with address.
The information that, combined with a password, gives the user access to their computer account.
In proboards forums, the username is the name that people will NOT call you by, but by which you will be referenced by. This only affects categorizing in the member list and personal messages.
"Usernames" are how we announce ourselves to a computer system — your own PC, your ISP, or a server on the Net. Usernames are unique — that is, only one user can connect using a given name. In other words, there may be plenty of people named Bob who belong to your ISP, but only one person is known as "Bob" to the server.
unique identifier for each end user on a network.
A username is a unique name to maintain the security of your account. A password is used to maintain security of your domain name. You can only access member services and domain management once you have successfully entered your username and password.
A name which you use to access your e-mail account. It does not have to be your real name.
A unique name identifying a user account to Windows NT. An account?s username cannot be identical to any other group name or username of its own domain or workstation. See also user account.
The unique name assigned to the user of an Internet account.
A name you choose for yourself that lets you get into certain places on the Web. It is usually what people know you as in chatrooms, or the part of your email address before the @.
Your username is the series of letters and/or numbers you put into your computer, Internet account or other computer network service to tell it who you are. Usually you have to enter a password to authenticate your identity. Often your username is also the name or nickname at the beginning of your email address.
The name of a particular user on a host computer or server. Your username is the name before the "@" sign in your e-mail address. UUENCODE (Unix to Unix Encoding)—A method for converting files from Binary to ASCII (text) so that they can be sent across the Internet via e-mail. See Also: Binhex , MIME
the identifying code for a computing account. It is in the form GGUUU, where "GG" is the account group and "UUU" is the unique user identification code; also called user ID or userid
A username is usually a unique name that allows you to login to a service, a username is usually accompanied with a password.
In e-mail the part of the e-mail address that appears before the @ sign. For example: firstname.lastname@example.org fred would be considered the username.
The name you use to log on to a network. (user I.D.)
(Also called "User ID") A computer identification name, as for e-mail or access permission.
A name used to gain access to a computer system or program. Usernames, and often passwords, are required in shared systems, such as the Internet. In most such systems, users can choose their own usernames and passwords. Usernames are also required to access some bulletin board and online services such as WebMD Health Manager.
A unique "name" by which each user is known to the system. This name is given to the user whenever they register to use the system. The ITU-TSS V. standards describe data transfer via telephone lines.
A username is a name given to you that you use to gain access to a computer or services. Your ISP will most likely give you a username and password to access the Internet.
The unique identifier for each user on a network.
A name that can connect to and access objects in a database.
A set of letters, numbers, or both that denote your name in an e-mail address.
a name which forms the part of an email address which precedes the @ symbol. For example: email@example.com Back to the top
The name by which you or someone else is known on the Internet. Used when logging into an access provider.
A unique identification. This informs any computer system who you are and that you have registered to use that system. Back to
The name assigned to a user of a computer network. Typing your username on the computer screen is part of the login procedure and identifies you to the computer system.
This is the name that identifies you. Every username must be unique. For Case we developed a system of unique usernames based on an individual's initials. For example if your name is Alice B. Case, your Username might be abc7. The Case Username is short and unique, and is always lowercase
A character string entered at login that uniquely identifies a person in the local cell.
A name that is unique and is used to recognize and identify a person who is attempting to log on on a computing system (like an area of a website that is restrict). With a password they are often use together to provide online security and Internet security without having to use digital certificates or encryption.
The name one uses to log into an account. It is also usually the part of the email address that precedes the @.
Username name used to gain access to a computer system. Usernames, and usually passwords, are required in multi-user systems. In most such systems, users can choose their own usernames and passwords.
A member of Webstore, ie a Webstore user, needs a username and password to be able to log on. See Log On
name given to your Server so that the physical machine it resides on can identify it. You enter this username when logging in.
In conjunction with your 123-reg password, it is the name required to access the 123-reg control panel. This will have been emailed to you, upon first opening your 123-reg account.
A character string by which users are known, for example ldempster. Username is also called Login name.
The unique name given to each subscriber of Efanz that is used to connect to the Internet. In most cases, the username is the part of the primary Email address that appears before the â€œ@â€ sign.
The name by which a user is identified by a particular system. One person can have a different name for each system on which he/she participates.
The name that an individual uses to specify uniquley who they are to a computer, servers etc. Usually it is used to identify who you are when logging in to some sort of server and is often accompanied by a password to restrict access. Thus you might have several different usernames if you have access to several machines but it might save confusion if you are given the same username (and password) on each of the machines you have access to. If your username is BigFred on a particular machine then noone else can have the username BigFred on that machine. eg To read your email you may have to login to the email server with a username. Tom Jones might have the username t.jones to uniquly identify him.
A name used to gain access to a computer system, such as WebCT. Usernames are usually accompanied with passwords.
Used with a password to gain access to a computer. A dial-up IP user typically has a username and password for dialing the access provider's Internet server.
A name used in conjunction with a password to gain access to a computer system or a network service. Example: At OSU, your main username is referred to as your "OSU Internet username" and it usually consists of your last name, a period, and a unique number (e.g., doe.999). This username is required for accessing a variety of secure servers across campus.
The name by which a user is known to the Oracle Server and to other users. Every username is associated with a password, and both must be entered to connect to an Oracle database.
The name that you chose when you sign up. It forms part of your email address too - everything after the @ sign. So if your email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, your username would be ‘anything'.
The computer account name that, combined with your password, allows you to access your computer or email account; also called userID.