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How can I stop users from changing the date on their PC?

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In windows95, how can I disable the DATE function so users can't adjust it?
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Do you mean the date.exe AND the 'clock' properties?

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I have tracking software that monitors when (time and date) that users have accomplished tasks. I have found that they are manipulating the time and date by changing the system date or time and having it LOOK like they did their jobs at a time when they didn't. I want to prevent date and/or time changing ability.

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by:Tim Holman
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Rfb,
  You can disable this right by using the system policy editor..
  This comes with the Windows 95 Resource Kit.
  I don't have it on the system at the moment, so can't tell you the exact key you need to change, but it's in there !

Tim
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but what about the date.exe (over floppy) and the bios..
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by:Tim Holman
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Cbo ?
  Enable administrator password in the BIOS.
  Disable floppy support !

Tim :)
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System policy can be eazy bypass just hitting the Canel Button
& Enable administrator password in the BIOS don't work
ocen your in Windows9x any way.
Or get WindowsNT you can't get around it login ocen it setup
for each user unless you know administrator password

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