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Old 11-04-2003, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I am running Helios on Windows 98. I have just found out that by changing the time on the computer it changes the time in Helios and employees are doing that to clock in and out on time. I have talked to microsoft and there is no security features to protect the time. Does anyone know if the time in Helios can run separate from the computer time? Are there any other options other then upgrading windows? Please help!

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I would call Tech Support at Helios, they should be able to help you.

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HELIOS does use the system clock ... it is not separate (which would create a whole set of addition problems).

Win98 does not provide the controls that are available in Windows XP regarding employee access to such functions.

You can however use the Management ... Program Access Report ... Backdates only ... to identify the date and time that the system clock was changed. This info together with clockin info should be most helpful to you. Sometimes it is better to give a theft (referring to Employee Time) just enough rope to you know ....
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We also get weekly summarys of our alarm activity. We know exactly who set (or turned off) the alarm, and at what time. That helps out a lot, so we can double check to make sure that everything adds up! Good luck!

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I believe you can remove the clock from the systray with tweak (regedit program). I have not tried it, just what I heard.
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Are you using the Helios timeclock for your payroll or just to verify that your employees are there? In my situation, I have them clock in, but don't use it for payroll purposes. Some of my employees clock in 20 minutes before they are actually on my time and 40 minutes after they are of my time, so it's not used for payroll purposes. I'm in the situation where I know who and when they are supposed to be there.
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