Keyword Results: licensing

  1. Simplified Client Setup in Virtual TimeClock 18

    With Virtual TimeClock 18 Network Edition, we simplified the process of getting new clients online by eliminating the need to activate license keys from a previously connected client or the Server Manager. License keys can...
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  2. Understanding Network Edition Licensing

    The Virtual TimeClock Network Edition is a client-server software based time and attendance system that runs on your computer network, even between business locations via an Internet connection. To use the Network Edition, you'll need...
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  3. Out of Licenses Message

    If you receive an 'Out of licenses' message when connecting your time clock client, it's probably because you've got a new computer or you tried to move your time clock client to a different computer. Virtual...
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  4. Registering Networked Time Clocks

    Virtual TimeClock Network Edition is a client-server based time clock system that allows you to run time clocks on multiple computers. Licensing is based on the number of computers that need to run the time...
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  5. Out of Time Clock Licenses?

    Virtual TimeClock Network Edition licensing is based on the total number of computer connections using the time clock. Once a time clock client connects to the time clock server, it will register itself and use...
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  6. Out of Time Clock Client Licenses?

    When you first connect a Virtual TimeClock Pro Client to a Virtual TimeClock Server, the time clock client computer registers it's computer name and uses one of your available licenses. If you get a new...
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  7. Time Clock Software License Errors

    Pro Edition License Errors The only license error message you're likely to see with Virtual TimeClock Pro is if you upgrade your time and attendance software and you're not enrolled in our software Maintenance &...
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  8. Lost Your Time Clock Software License?

    If your computer time clock crashes or you just need to move your time clock software to a different computer in order to make it more convenient for employees to punch in and out, then...
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