Same problem here. I was about to give it five stars; but Dogbert keeps telling me I've already voted. This has been going on for a while. Beware, Dogbert, we may send Alice after you! Even a CEO could not survive that. And haven't all of us in big organizations had a situation where Alice's technique uncannily fixes something that neither we nor IT could figure out! Our machines really do seem to be getting smarter than we are.
Yeah, yesterday's strip left me with a bold question mark, and when I intended to give it half a star, Dogbert informed me of having already voted, which I didn't, of course. Now, today's is worth 10 good stars, so that I intend to give both strips full five, but I'm not really expecting tech support's Dogbert to allow me to do that. Somehow this little event has become one more element of the Dilbert's experience. Bottomline: a great 2-strip set.
I was a bit dubious about yesterday's, but it set up today's brilliantly. Five stars.
(...or it would be five stars if I could vote - for some days now I've had a glitch, Dogbert tells me I've already voted when I haven't. I've no idea which end the problem is, maybe I could call Dogbert's IT helpline... )