I own a tanning salon. I have a computer that runs Windows 98. This is a stand alone system that runs the tanning salon software. The database time runs off of windows time. When you adjust the date or time in windows, it reflects the same change in the salon software.
It has come to my attention that some employees (possibly those trying to mask their lateness) are changing the windows time (which changes the database time) before they clock in. This allows them to clock in on time. They then switch it back.
Worse than this, if they get more creative, they could easily hide cash sales on a different date and pocket the cash.
How can I disable the time/date properties in Windows 98?? Better yet, how do I prevent them from accessing most ANYTHING outside of the database software (the date/time is the most important.)
Thanks for the help!!