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    user cannot set his clock

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    by steve_perron ·

    Did you know how can i give user right
    to set clock on a nt workstation ?

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    • #3878349

      user cannot set his clock

      by astute ·

      In reply to user cannot set his clock

      The ability to change the time on an NT system is a Right that has to be granted through the User Rights Policy in User Manager.

      Start User Manager (Start – Programs – Administrative Tools – User Manager)
      From the Policies menu select User Rights
      From the drop down menu select “Change the System Time)
      Click the Add button and add any users you wish to perform this
      Click OK to exit the dialog
      Close User Manager
      The user will need to log off and log on again

    • #3878276

      user cannot set his clock

      by james a bailey ·

      In reply to user cannot set his clock

      I have tried the above, unsuccessfuly. I think the problem lies in what groups the user is part of. If that group doen’t have change system time permission, the user won’t either regardless.

      What you can do is set up a local user for the person and follow the above steps on the local user manager.

    • #3879384

      user cannot set his clock

      by rsears ·

      In reply to user cannot set his clock

      At the machine the user needs to change the time on, logon loacally and open User Manager and click on policies – user rights. The user rights properties box opens. In the rights field, select change the system time. In the grant to field, click on add and select the user or group. That’s it.

    • #3836434

      user cannot set his clock

      by steve_perron ·

      In reply to user cannot set his clock

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