Access Codes. You must create your own username and password (“Access Codes”) on the HPE Partner Portal. You are responsible for ensuring that only authorized people within your company have the right to use your Access Codes. If you have any reason to believe the security of your Access Codes has been compromised, you must immediately change your Access Codes and contact us so that we can deactivate those Access Codes. We are not liable to you in any way for any loss, damage, liability or claim arising from, or in any way related to, your failure to maintain the security of your Access Codes.
Access Codes. For security, identification and verification purposes, when using FNB’s service channels, you will make use of a variety of access codes to identify yourself, such as your access number, Personal Identification Number ("PIN"), Mobile Banking Personal Identification Number (“MOPIN”), card number, account number, User ID and Password, etc. These are all called your "access codes". You are responsible for keeping your access codes secret. Only you may use your access codes. You must not give/show your access codes to anyone else, including anyone who is from FNB or claims to be from FNB. Do not keep your access codes together with other FNB Banking documents or any devices you use to gain access to the FNB service channels. (e.g. e-Reg Card or Telephone Banking Card or your cellphone). The customer has the right to demand the return of any physical devices we provided to its users, including the Telephone Banking card or e-Reg Card, but the customer is not entitled at any time to use, have any knowledge about or access to its user’s access codes. When the customer repossesses such physical access device it must notify the bank in writing or via the helpline, and the card or device must be destroyed or returned to the bank. You must also follow the tips for creating/safeguarding your access codes, as published in FNB’s Security Centre from time to time. You may not register for the service or access the service channel using someone else’s access codes, information or device. Because we deal with you remotely (non-face-to-face) you authorise us to act on and accept all instructions/transactions (“transactions”) that occur after your access codes have been entered or applied. We are entitled to assume that all such transactions have been authorised by you, even if such transactions took place without your knowledge or consent or were not authorised. This will not apply to transactions that occur after you have requested that we disable any access code. You must tell us immediately if you know or suspect that your access code(s) have been lost, stolen or may be misused. If there is a dispute about this, the duty is on you to prove that you have done this.After we have disabled your access codes we can reject instructions received after such access codes were disabled and may (if possible) also suspend or reverse instructions received (but not yet processed) before the access codes were disabled. We may refuse to process instructions/communications or can disabl...
Access Codes. Students will be provided with a keypad code to enter their housing unit. This code should not be shared with anyone for any purpose. Sharing this code with anyone who is not assigned to the specified housing unit is a code of conduct violation and may result in $100 fine, mandated room change, and/or possible eviction from Campus Housing. If a student believes that one of their roommates has shared the code with someone else, the student should inform a member of Campus Housing Staff so that the code can be changed.
Access Codes. You will be the only authorized user of the Service under this Agreement. You are responsible for the conﬁdentiality, security and use of your Access Codes and undertake:
Access Codes. Access Codes and information furnished by AccuWeather, Inc. to Licensee are intended for Licensee's sole and exclusive use and shall be considered proprietary information, ownership of which shall remain with AccuWeather, Inc. Licensee shall be fully responsible for maintaining confidentiality of its account access information. Should Licensee's access information be lost or stolen or fall into the hands of an unauthorized user or users, it is Licensee's responsibility to immediately notify AccuWeather, Inc. in writing as soon as Licensee becomes aware of the same.