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 Basic
Moving Virtual TimeClock Pro
Moving Virtual TimeClock Network Client
Moving Virtual TimeClock Network Server
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.
Setting Up Remote Virtual TimeClock Clients
Virtual TimeClock Network Edition clients may be deployed on a Terminal Server. The Basic and Pro Editions of Virtual TimeClock are stand alone applications that do not run in a Terminal Services environment.
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