Role Based Access Control is a method of access controls where principals get access to resources through membership of permitted roles.

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Can someone please explain RBAC to me?

From http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj709705.aspx In contrast to the DAC model, which is oriented around objects, the AzMan RBAC model attempts to orient the common administrative experience ...
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What datastructure would/have you used to store ACLs within a hybrid ACL/RBAC system?

In our system, every resource has an access control list (ACLs), which list entries (ACEs) that have a specific kind of access to that resource. The ACE can be for end-entities (eg: users like "Mr Q") ...
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ACL managed with roles

I have resources in an application. Further I have a table holding all resources and for every resource what role is allowed to access it. I also have defined a Table holding all uses that are ...