What is portal access?

What is portal access?

What is portal access?
A portal is a personal computer system that you own or manage. A portal is a gateway for others to enter the system and access the same files as users of your own personal computer. You provide the personal computer with access to the databases, applications, information and branding content that you want to be included in the overall company stock price.
A personal computer system typically has a central depository point for corporate information such as a website, calendar, contact information and more. This provides a more flexible user interface for accessing information and resources.
A further depository point is an accessible through another central depository institution (CCo) such as a university or other higher education or research institution. These structures are known as “secondary” sites and provide access to accessible databases, tools and resources.
A further depository point is a accessible through a different organization’s budget, such as by creating portals to other sites. These sites are known as “proxy” sites and provide access to inaccessible databases, tools and resources.
A personal computer system’s capabilities and costs are determined by the location of the CNRS Labintel directory and the budget of the Labintel directory. For information about access to resources, see the Portal Elements.
The CNRS Labintel directory is the reference document for information on rights holders. The quantity of researchers is declared to the publishers concerned and is the basis for the cost of access to resources.
On an individual basis it is possible to provide personal access for researchers who belong to a National Committee for Scientific Research (CoNRS) section with a major link with the INSB (sections 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28). or a link with the INC for life chemistry (section 16).
The CNRS Labintel directory is the reference document for information on rights holders. The quantity of researchers is declared to the publishers concerned and is the basis for the cost of access to resources.
On an individual basis it is possible to provide personal access for researchers who belong to a National Committee for Scientific Research (CoNRS) section with a major link with the INC (sections 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16).
The CNRS Labintel directory is the reference document for information on rights holders. The quantity of researchers is declared to the publishers concerned and is the basis for the cost of access to resources.

Portal access is a negotiated concept in that it permits a user to significantly increase a user’s access to a site, as well as improve it significantly. For example, you might have a section of the site meant to be used by employees only. You might restrict read of this branch to only people in the employee web role. You would create a new rule called restrict read to employees only.
You would then set the right to restrict read and the page to the page at the top of the branch which is to be read only by employees. You would then associate this rule with the employee web role and then assign users to this role.

Portal access means you get to create and post content on the portal, review it, update it and distribute it across multiple sites.

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