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April 27, 2010


Running tweaking and updates on a system which stops the flow of data and forces the users to log out is not a very efficient one. I'm sure that there are a lot of Pro's for this software, it's just that for me it's a deal breaker.

Great post as usual. I like your writing style. Thank you.

That was one of the funniest things I think I've ever read.
I'd be honored if you would consider linking your blog to mine
Keep up the good work-- and to the Cons who are complaining, you really need to work a little harder at reading comprehension.

Although not a Time Matters user, I also get that process on my machine (PCLSVCLNK) and my Network Technician wonders what it is even when PCLaw is not open. Then I thought it must be linked to the PCLaw Connection Settings that I have enabled with Email/Word and perhaps this is why a User "Link-1" is sometimes "logged in" even when nobody else is in PCLaw. This is a nuisance when performing backups/VDIs. Before I used to reboot the machine but now I think I will end the process as you suggest.

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