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I am trying to find a setting in Group Policy that will show the clock on WinXP clients, but will not allow anyone to change the time. Is there a setting somewhere that allows it to be shown but not changed?

I will keep looking but I cannot find it.

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Would this be of help?

Windows Clock.

I don't have Windows Power Toys, but it may have a tweak to do what you want.

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If you don't have this then download it from Microsoft. Download the Group Policy Management Console, it is a lot easier to use and gives you a better understanding on how to implement group policy. This will replace the original group policy options for Windows Server 2003. I've managed to prevent the clock options from displaying due to using it.

Link below if you need to download it.


Edited by DaveC2003, 12 February 2007 - 06:58 PM.

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