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thecavern

Date/Time on PC Network

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Hi,

I have a number of PC's on the network. I would like to allow all to be able to update the Date/Time without having to use the Administrator ID/Password.

How can I eliminate the need for an ID or password for this function ?

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open SECPOL.MSC

under

Security settings

- Local Policies

- User Rights Assignment

Add the users/groups you want to have access to change time to:

- Change the System Time

- Change the Time zone

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Could you also please give me the info if using VISTA ?

Thanks !!

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I assume you tired the above without success in Vista? I no longer run any vista systems so I have no way to check or test.

Alternatively you can open gpedit.msc and browse to the same setting:

Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local

Policies\User Rights Assignment

As far as I know this is in every NT based OS.

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