A previous paper has discussed the computer controlled target storage system designed and built at Argonne National Laboratory. This preliminary system is now in operation, it provides protection to targets during power failures, and places the system in a safe shutdown mode. The system recovers upon power restoration, thereby restoring the system to the normal mode. The target storage facility permits user access while protecting targets in the chamber. A status report will be given on the present system operation as well as the results of operational testing. In addition, the results of operational testing problems associated with making the system fully operational under computer control will be discussed. Some of the problems, and potential solutions, under investigation will be discussed.