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Do not attempt to use Google Drive or any Cloud type drive as your database location. Please see the following information:

If you punch in an employee on one computer, it does not show on another computer as it should as you are not actually working in a shared database. The local copy of the database will sync with the one on Google Drive after a minute or so. That is why the status does not show, the different computers all have their own local copy of the database you are not actually working from the same database.

So now if you go to the other computer and punch in another employee, that local database will sync and replace the first synced copy replacing any punches made on the first computer.

So the bottom line is Google Drive, Microsoft's OneDrive or any cloud type is not a reliable solution for storage of your "shared" database.