Access rights are the rights of an individual user or a computer application to read, write, change, delete or otherwise access a computer file.
For example, people with administrative or user rights can generally modify the computer or its files in any way, by creating accounts for other users , or downloading and installing applications from them on a computer or network.
The administrator usually has a login and password that are not available to other employees in the company. Employees with only basic user rights have greater restrictions on accessing and changing files and computer settings and applications. The level of access rights often depends on the position of the user or his supervisory role in the company. Managers usually have more privileges.