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 The following is outdated. TGC does implement the ThinkGear Socket Protocol. ​ The following is outdated. TGC does implement the ThinkGear Socket Protocol. ​
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 TGC does **//not yet completely implement the ThinkGear Socket Protocol//​** specification,​ specifically the authorization components. Any authorization commands sent to TGC will simply be **ignored**;​ applications designed for TGC should not expect any response from the authorization commands. TGC does **//not yet completely implement the ThinkGear Socket Protocol//​** specification,​ specifically the authorization components. Any authorization commands sent to TGC will simply be **ignored**;​ applications designed for TGC should not expect any response from the authorization commands.
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