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By bmoss ·
I am setting up group policies for a Windows 2000 server and want to include login scripts. In the login scripts I have a command to synchronize the time of the clients pc with that of the Windows 2000 server. However, users who logon without admin prviledges are not able to synchronize the time with the 2000 server. Is there a setting that I can use to allow the users achieve this besides giving them admin or power user rights locally at their PC's?

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Group Policy

There is an advanced user right, Change The System Time, that only members of the Administrators group are assigned. Normal users cannot change the clocks due to this.
So, in GP, find this right, and assign your Domain Users this right. Then, publish your policy. When users log in, they will get the right. Then, in the login script where it syncs up the time, it should work.

hope this helps

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by ptchtech In reply to Group Policy

Unless they are down level clients, they don't need a script to syncronize the time, time syncronization with a 2000 client is part of kerberose authentication

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