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    NT4 (SP6a): Changing the system time

    <font color=red>Is there a registry setting that will allow remote users with basic User permissions to change the system clock?</font color=red>.

    Registry editing is still enabled. Of course, I would send them a .REG file to double-click on, rather than have them edit the registry directly!

    If not, can some kind of system policy be easily implemented, given that I'm often hundreds of miles from the actual PCs

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    DougJ
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    Re: NT4 (SP6a): Changing the system time

    Are they on a network? If so, you could just do:

    net time servername /set /yes

    Replace servername with any machine that has the "official" time. Put this in the startup or in a login script to sync up the time whenever the machine boots or the user logs in.

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    Re: NT4 (SP6a): Changing the system time

    A couple of links that might help:
    win2000mag

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