As a technician in an office environment, I have come to support the DYMO LabelManager PNP Label Maker and frequently use for organizing and her are some thing that I have discovered during my interactions.
As with most labelers on the market, it uses batteries (making it useable where you may not have access yet to a wall outlet) so this has come in handy for me when I have to label IT equipment in a room before the electrical crew is finished with their wiring. Unfortunately, these batteries are proprietary so I can’t switch them out easily with regular AAA, AA type batteries should it fail and would be without its use until a replacement arrives.
When the labeler was attached to a PC running Windows 8.1 Professional, I noticed that .Net Framework 3.5 was required before I could get it fully working. Thankfully, .Net Framework is built into the Windows Operating System but users should know that it is off by default. If the enabling process fails for .Net Framework, try using a network or local Administrator account as this has helped or download From Microsoft’s website.