Grant of Access Sample Clauses

Grant of Access. Each Registry Operator (optionally through the CZDA Provider) will provide the Zone File FTP (or other Registry supported) service for an ICANN-­‐specified and managed URL (specifically, <TLD>.zda.icann.org where <TLD> is the TLD for which the registry is responsible) for the user to access the Registry’s zone data archives. Registry Operator will grant the user a non-­‐exclusive, nontransferable, limited right to access Registry Operator’s (optionally CZDA Provider's) Zone File hosting server, and to transfer a copy of the top-­‐level domain zone files, and any associated cryptographic checksum files no more than once per 24 hour period using FTP, or other data transport and access protocols that may be prescribed by ICANN. For every zone file access server, the zone files are in the top-­‐level directory called <zone>.zone.gz, with <zone>.zone.gz.md5 and <zone>.zone.gz.sig to verify downloads. If the Registry Operator (or the CZDA Provider) also provides historical data, it will use the naming pattern <zone>-­‐yyyymmdd.zone.gz, etc.
Grant of Access. Each Registry Operator (optionally through the CZDA Provider) will provide the Zone File FTP (or other Registry supported) service for an ICANN-specified and managed URL (specifically, <TLD>.zda.icann.org where <TLD> is the TLD for which the registry is responsible) for the user to access the Registry’s zone data archives. Registry Operator will grant the user a non-exclusive, nontransferable, limited right to access Registry Operator’s (optionally CZDA Provider's) Zone File hosting server, and to transfer a copy of the top-level domain zone files, and any associated cryptographic checksum files no more than once per 24 hour period using FTP, or other data transport and access protocols that may be prescribed by ICANN. For every zone file access server, the zone files are in the top-level directory called <zone>.zone.gz, with <zone>.zone.gz.md5 and <zone>.zone.gz.sig to verify downloads. If the Registry Operator (or the CZDA Provider) also provides historical data, it will use the naming pattern <zone>-yyyymmdd.zone.gz, etc. File Format Standard. Registry Operator (optionally through the CZDA Provider) will provide zone files using a subformat of the standard Master File format as originally defined in RFC 1035, Section 5, including all the records present in the actual zone used in the public DNS. Sub-format is as follows: Each record must include all fields in one line as: <domain-name> <TTL> <class> <type> <RDATA>. Class and Type must use the standard mnemonics and must be in lower case. TTL must be present as a decimal integer. Use of /X and /DDD inside domain names is allowed. All domain names must be in lower case. Must use exactly one tab as separator of fields inside a record. All domain names must be fully qualified. No $ORIGIN directives. No use of “@” to denote current origin. No use of “blank domain names” at the beginning of a record to continue the use of the domain name in the previous record. No $INCLUDE directives. No $TTL directives. No use of parentheses, e.g., to continue the list of fields in a record across a line boundary. No use of comments. No blank lines. The SOA record should be present at the top and (duplicated at) the end of the zone file. With the exception of the SOA record, all the records in a file must be in alphabetical order. One zone per file. If a TLD divides its DNS data into multiple zones, each goes into a separate file named as above, with all the files combined using tar into a file called <tld>.zone.tar.
Grant of Access. VNDS grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited right to access an Internet host server or servers designated by VNDS from time to time, and to transfer a copy of the Data to the Internet host machine identified in Section 2 of this Agreement no more than once per 24 hour period without the express prior written consent of VNDS using FTP or HTTP for the purposes described in this Section 4. You agree that you will:
Grant of Access. Subject to the provisions, terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Application, and the Rules and Compliance Guidelines, MLSOK hereby grants to Participant during the Term a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable revocable license to Access the MLSOK System, the MLSOK Services and the MLS Content for the purpose of adding, editing, reviewing, researching and retrieving the MLS Content and using the MLSOK System and the MLSOK Services to conduct the Participant’s real estate business.
Grant of Access. Registry Operator grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited right to access an Internet host server or servers designated by Registry Operator from time to time, and to transfer a copy of the Data to the Internet host machine identified in Section 2 of this Agreement no more than once per 24 hour period without the express prior written consent of Registry Operator using FTP or HTTP (or other registry operator defined retrieval mechanisms) for the purposes described in this Section 4. You agree that you will:
Grant of Access. The City grants to the County, for the purpose of performing its obligations under this Agreement, permission and right-of-entry on, over, under, above and through those City rights-of-way and WSDOT rights-of-way that the City is responsible for maintaining that are necessary or convenient, in the reasonable judgment of the County engineer, for the County to access in performing the Services.
Grant of Access. 2.1 The Access Provider agrees to grant access for Freight Trains to those parts of the Network detailed in Item 4 of Schedule 1 to the Operator in accordance with this Agreement. The access granted may comprise:
Grant of Access. The Museum shall grant Producer nonexclusive access to the Museum’s premises located at 99 Gansevoort Street (and such other applicable Museum premises, if any) (the “Filming Location”) on as described above for the purposes of filming the Project (the “Shoot”), and authorizes Producer and its agents to make audio and video recordings of the Filming Location on film, tape, or in any other media (the “Recordings”). While at the Filming Location, Producer and its agents shall at all times promptly and fully comply with all instructions given by the Museum’s staff, shall depart from the Filming Location promptly at the times set in this Agreement. Producer agrees to leave the Filming Location in as good order and condition as when received, normal wear and tear excepted. Following the Shoot, Producer shall vacate the Premises and shall remove all equipment, sets and other materials that Producer placed thereon. Producer’s film crew must at all times be accompanied by a member of the Museum’s staff and shall not enter any areas of the Filming Location except when so accompanied.
Grant of Access. During the term of this Agreement or such other term as determined solely by Cray, Cray agrees to grant User access to certain System(s) located at Cray facilities subject to the terms of this Agreement. User acknowledges that circumstances may, at times; limit the availability of the System(s), and therefore such access shall be subject to the availability of resources, determined by Cray at its sole discretion. User agrees that access and use of the System(s) will be limited solely for the purpose designated above. User shall not attempt to access or use accounts, files, data or information of other users of the System(s). If User obtains access to accounts, files, data or information of other users of the System(s), User shall treat such data or information as confidential and shall not use or further disclose such information to other users. User further agrees to immediately report such access to Cray's designated computer security personnel, User’s Sponsor, or to another Cray employee if neither security personnel nor User’s Sponsor is available. User agrees to treat all computer data and files and other computer based information (“Confidential Information”), whether belonging to Cray or to other users of the System(s), as confidential and shall not use or disclose Confidential Information to third parties whether or not such information is labeled to indicate that it is confidential or proprietary information. Computer based information shall be treated as confidential until such information becomes part of the public domain through no act on the part of User.