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  • Re: Time Matters Google Apps

    Hi Tom, Others are looking into this too. http://www.dataequity.com/content/view/92/89/
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Fri, Aug 22 2008
  • Re: Time Matters Private Driver

    Are you trying to print from an application outside of Time Matters to the print driver? The private driver is intended for use by the Time Matters Applications and it handles conversion to PDF. Printing directly to it is not supported to my knowledge.
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Wed, May 28 2008
  • Re: Dynazip errors on Restore

    Dynazip is a compression program used in the backup and restore process. I have seen this error before when users installed programs that become the computer default for compression and decompression of files. I haven’t fully tested this yet, but I also believe that the online backup program Mozy causes this issue for installing clone files but not
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Sat, May 10 2008
  • Re: TM9E, Vista 64 and Office 2007

    Hi Jeff, Our situations must be different in regards to UAC because my PC is setup on a network with a server and when I logon as 'Administrator' I am using the network admin account. I am not sure where to go from here since I dont have much experience with Vista. If I get another chance to test I will post here again. In the meantime you may
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Wed, Feb 13 2008
  • Re: TM9E, Vista 64 and Office 2007

    Sorry if I am over analyzing - and I am no UAC expert. But I think this may help you get working now but may not be the long term answer you are looking for. I believe there is a difference between being logged in as administrator and having administrator rights. In my case I login with a network ID (Active Directory) and on the local machine my active
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Mon, Feb 11 2008
  • Re: TM9E, Vista 64 and Office 2007

    I don't use Vista 64, Thought I am using XP, and Vista 32 as well as Office 2007. Depending on the office 2007 installation I have found that I have to enable macros in office for the TM buttons to work. Also, because it is Vista you may need to login as administrator one time and perform the ad-in installation by going to the workstation setup
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Sun, Feb 10 2008
  • Re: World Server as both a LAN and WAN solution?

    Hello - I know I am late to this thread by six months, but in case any one is interested here is a link to the age old Microsoft licensing question of how many SQL Licenses you need when using apps like World Server.... The section on Multiplexing is the one you want to look at. I also dont claim to be a licensing expert but I think this document clearly
    Posted to Browser Version (Forum) by Josh Sukol on Thu, Jan 17 2008
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