Using Multiple Access Controls

Any operation can be controlled by more than one access control object. Two examples of when you might use this capability:


You have an object operation you wish to be able to access by logging on to the network, but you also need to access it if you are not logged on.


Assign two access control objects to the operation, one LAN- controlled and the other Password-controlled. If you are logged on, you can perform the operation. If you are not logged on, you will be prompted for the password.
But, order of assignment is important. Be certain you assign the LAN-controlled access control object first. Otherwise, the WPS Extensions will evaluate the Password-controlled access control object first and will always prompt you for your password.