I think this is a simple one for Jared :-)

Assuming a laptop has ZAM client installed and running as a service, what
if a user brings his/her laptop at home and uses it for (eg) a week?

Will the ZAM client continue registering application usage stats and
inventory info?

As far as I know, it's the ZAM client which connects to the server to see
if it's time to perform "something" but what when the server is not active?

It would be great if the client could continue registering application
usage and inventory even if disconnected from the network.

Roberto Zini - r.zini<@AT@>strhold.it
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