Happy Autumn! In this September edition of Tips & Tricks, we'll take a few minutes to tackle several of the most common questions we hear from Virtual TimeClock users. These topics include how to verify your backups are working, changing the look of your time clock, increasing security with password rules and a tip for upgrading to version 19 on older Windows PCs.
If you've setup scheduled backups of your time clock database, it's important to verify that backups are saving as expected to avoid a surprise down the road. If you're not scheduling backups of your database, get started today!
Whether you're looking for increased privacy or a more personalized time clock experience, find out how to customize the Virtual TimeClock interface to better suit your needs.
Virtual TimeClock security rules allow you to enforce long, complex user passwords to increase security at the time clock. You can also choose to permit shorter, simpler passwords depending on your policies.
Installing Virtual TimeClock 19 on an older Windows PC or a non-updated operating system? You may need to download a software update from Windows to finish installing version 19. Microsoft has provided simple steps and documentation to complete this update.
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