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Topic # 9564 27-Sep-2006 13:02
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Very cool

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Reply # 46962 27-Sep-2006 13:26
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VERY cool!

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  Reply # 46998 28-Sep-2006 00:29
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Thats a nifty program, very cool application of portable technology... will have to have a play!

EDIT: Hmm after reading through the forums it seems theres still heaps of issues.

Their claims to "ANY PC, ANY device" are a little stretched.

Portable HDD's and most flashdirves currently DONT work with it due to it trying to utilise maufacuturer S/N's to try and stop unlicensed copies being moved from one device to another I'm guessing (along with others it seems).

Any "ANY" pc actually only entails users with Admin rights.. so students, office workers etc are out of luck. There is a work around for Limited user priveledges although they aren't publicly availible and network admins are encouraged to email if they want support...

VERY cool concept... flawed in their limitiations at current.

Certainly a watch this space though!


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  Reply # 47094 28-Sep-2006 19:46
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i prefer mojo coffee :-)

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Reply # 47136 29-Sep-2006 08:59
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This is something interesting. I don't know if I would use it though, since I carry my tablet PC around wherever I go. But certainly something to think for people going from one office to another, if a domain is not available to store profiles, etc...

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