Sav 10 clients not updating
This type of debit card may be subject to a daily limit, and/or a maximum limit equal to the current/checking account balance from which it draws funds.Transactions conducted with offline debit cards require 2–3 days to be reflected on users’ account balances.Some debit cards are dual branded with the logo of the (former) national card as well as Maestro (for example, EC cards in Germany, Switch and Solo in the UK, Pinpas cards in the Netherlands, Bancontact cards in Belgium, etc.).The use of a debit card system allows operators to package their product more effectively while monitoring customer spending.Advantages of prepaid debit cards include being safer than carrying cash, worldwide functionality due to Visa and Master Card merchant acceptance, not having to worry about paying a credit card bill or going into debt, the opportunity for anyone over the age of 18 to apply and be accepted without regard to credit quality, and the option to directly deposit paychecks and government benefits onto the card for free.If you lose the card, and have not somehow registered it, you likely lose the money.
In some cases, the primary account number is assigned exclusively for use on the Internet and there is no physical card.
Debit cards usually also allow for instant withdrawal of cash, acting as an ATM card for withdrawing cash.
Merchants may also offer cashback facilities to customers, where a customer can withdraw cash along with their purchase.
Some of my clients have disappeared from the server console (2 out of 34 are missing). Both clients are Win XP Pro and I have tried disabling XP firewall.
I cannot "discover" them either by name or IP from the server console. These managed clients are not updating themselves from the server Any ideas please?Smart-card-based electronic purse systems (in which value is stored on the card chip, not in an externally recorded account, so that machines accepting the card need no network connectivity) are in use throughout Europe since the mid-1990s, most notably in Germany (Geldkarte), Austria (Quick Wertkarte), the Netherlands (Chipknip), Belgium (Proton), Switzerland (CASH) and France (Moneo, which is usually carried by a debit card).