Originally Posted by borandi
Same reason stopping someone using AHK to plug 50 keys per second for a day - i.e. not a lot. They can't exactly stop tokens for 'too much uptime'.
I have WP 2.0 installed on my five machines now - main work PC, laptop, and three testing benches. Any folder with 10+ machines could install it on theirs and there would not be an issue.
What they would stop is too much uptime if you had two PCs logged in under the same 'computer'. Each VM would have to be assigned a different computer name.
Ah, I was somewhat joking though, I realize how that was written though. The way I was thinking about it, the machine had to be on and powering the VM('s) , so it would just be redundant stacking because they wouldn't get near what the main machine was pulling (As in 13 + 5 + 5 and then going on from there). But, they would still be pulling time so something is better than nothing.
Also, I think if you pulse from two machines under the same name, you get token errors [more often] - I found that's what was causing a majority of mine at one point.
And to be honest, I thought about bothering[recruiting] a few folders to join the OCN WP Team