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To access a network such as the Internet means to gain access to the facilities of the network, such as Web servers and file servers. The process is achieved via a log-in. Users who can access a network are usually given access rights which determine the range of resources they can access and what they can do with them. For example, they might only be allowed to read and write to certain files.

Subjects: Computing.

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