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#1 simpson_miller

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 12:39 AM

Hi all,

When we provide end user permissions to a standard user login, he won't be able to access the time and date settings of his local computer. My question is how can we provide him the same without changing any other permissions/ access?


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#2 Larry D. Lawrence II

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 04:52 PM

Changing system time is a user right. Open Local Security Policy [secpol.msc] and go to security settings/local policies/user rights and find the user right for change system time and add the user/group that you want to have this user right. If this is a domain computer, you may have to make the change at the domain/OU level if effective settings show different than local settings after the policy has refreshed.
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