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Keep Users From Changing The System Clock


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magusbuckley

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Hello:

We have several computers that are not part of our domain. We're trying to keep users from changing their systems dates and times. Right now, they all use a generic account. Since it's the only one on the machine, it is an administrator account.

Can Power Users change their clocks? If not, I'll have to create a new account, make it administrator, and drop their accounts types from administrator to power user. Whew..that could take a while and the main login page would have two users listed which will surely confuse several of our computer operators. Just wondering if there is another, and possibly, easier way.

Any and all informaiton will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Magus
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Neil Jones

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Administrators and Power Users have the ability to alter system time.
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