There's an optional setting within Virtual TimeClock that allows the time stamp to be retrieved from a group of government Internet time servers. Those time servers are sometimes overwhelmed and cause severe delays with the time clock. It's easy to turn off the Internet time server setting.How to turn off the Internet time server
Moving your employee time clock software from one computer to another can be performed quickly by using Virtual TimeClock’s built-in backup and restore features.Moving Virtual TimeClock
Yes. Virtual TimeClock Network Edition can be configured to allow a Virtual TimeClock Client to connect to a TimeClock Server at a remote location over the Internet.Using Virtual TimeClock Over the Internet
Yes. Virtual TimeClock is licensed based on the number of computers that need to run the time clock software. This includes computers where employees will clock in and out, and computers that need to perform time clock admin functions like editing timecards or running reports.
Yes. You can use activities to track time spent on different jobs, tasks, projects, or clients.
You probably haven't assigned an overtime rule. Another possibility is that the user is salaried. Salaried employees are exempt from overtime calculations.
Yes. Virtual TimeClock supports an easy to use interface that exports your timecard totals directly into many popular payroll programs. You can also export timecard data to a tab or comma separated text file which can be formatted for import into any standard accounting or payroll software that allows text file importing.Payroll Integration Guides
Yes. Employees can clock in and out by picking their name from an in & out board list, using a numeric PIN, or an alphanumeric passcode.
Yes. All documentation and quick references can be found and printed from the Help menu of the Virtual TimeClock program or downloaded from our website.Virtual TimeClock Documentation
Yes. The Network Edition runs fine on a Terminal Server. The stand alone (Basic and Pro) Editions of Virtual TimeClock do not run in a Terminal Services environment. We recommend loading the Virtual TimeClock client application on the Terminal Server, pointing to the Virtual TimeClock server application on another server or computer.
The system requirements for the latest release of Virtual TimeClock can be found in the Install & Setup Guide for each Edition of Virtual TimeClock.Virtual TimeClock Documentation
Upgrades are always free of charge for users enrolled in our optional Software Maintenance & Support program. All other users save 50% when upgrading to the latest Virtual TimeClock release.Request Upgrade Discount
Yes. We provide an archive as a courtesy for customers needing to reinstall prior releases of the Virtual TimeClock software.Download Virtual TimeClock
Yes. Basic Edition can be easily upgraded to the Pro or Network Edition without the loss of any data.
After you purchase and enter your new license key, the evaluation restrictions will be removed and your time clock trial will become your permanent time clock. All of the data you entered during the evaluation period will remain.Purchase Virtual TimeClock
All time clock entries are recorded with an activity, which allows employees to assign time to specific tasks, jobs, projects, functions, or locations. Out memos are temporary notes that are left when an employee stops working and are not included on employee timecards.
Yes. You can set up as many different automatic time deduction rules as you want and assign a different rule to each worker.
No. Deleting a user also deletes their entire timecard history. It’s much better to make the user inactive.
You need to close the payroll period. Closing the payroll period automatically advances the current period starting and ending dates to the next payroll period based on your payroll settings.