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net time \\server /set /yes

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Installing SCM package that requires good local time.
I installed 'net.exe time \\server /set /yes' in the startup
menu but get the following error.

System error 1314 has occurred.
A required privilege is not held by the client.

What's the fix AND is there a global startup file?
Presently have to place this net command in each person's
startup.  There must be a way to invoke this for
any user logging a particular station ... without
any server monkey business.  Thanks.
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You will have to put this in the login script or run it at each user's station.. REM give domain users group "Change System Time" right to local workstation
ntrights +r SeSystemtimePrivilege -u "DOMAIN\domain users"
This will give Domain users the right to change the system time.
Then you can run you net time command as you wish.
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substiute DOMAIN with your domain name.
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Works.  Thanks.
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