Installing a TimeClick Server

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Here is a video on how to install the TimeClick Server/Database. Written instructions are found below.

Installing your TimeClick database on your server is a simple process that should only take a few minutes. This process begins with the TCServer_Install.exe file. Double click on the file to begin the process. When the installation wizard comes up click Next. Read through the license agreement and accept the terms and conditions and click Next. If you would like to enter a user name and organization you are able to but it is not required. Select Next and then you can choose where you would like to install the time clock application. By default this is in the program files. Select Next to create the database folder. Please pay attention to the location of the where you will be installing the database. The default location is normally on your C drive.  Your database should not be installed to a network drive or an external hard drive. If you need to adjust this location you may do so by clicking the Change button. Select Next and then Install. The installation may take a few minutes to complete. Once it has completed click Finished. You will see a confirmation that the database has been created. This screen provides instructions for how to get started with TimeClick. After reading this screen you may close it. You will now have a grey TimeClick icon on your desktop. Double click on the icon. If you are running a trial you can see how many days you have left on the trial. If you have purchased you can click the Register Now button to register the software. Select Continue Trial to open and begin using the time clock program.

Jeff F.


Author Bio: Jeff is a tech support and sales representative for TimeClick. His educational background is in editing and design and he is currently pursuing another degree in Computer Science. Jeff spends most of his free time with his wife and four-year-old son or tinkering with random projects (graphic design, programming, woodworking—whatever he's into at the time).

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