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  1. JaG015
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    Login or Logon

    Can you please help with that, what is the deference between login and logon?
    Many Thanks


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    Re: Login or Logon

    Quote Originally Posted by JaG015 View Post
    Can you please help with that, what is the deference between login and logon?
    Many Thanks
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    Re: Login or Logon

    Hi there,

    Can I say 'log off your computer' and 'log on your computer'?

    Tks
    pete

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    Re: Login or Logon

    Hi there,

    can anyone help?

    pete

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