Cannot change the system time
Posted on 2008-10-23
I am running about 20 workstations and 4 servers in a Windows 2003 domain. For some reason, only the domain controller can modify the system time. If I double click on the time in the system tray get the following error...
"You do not have the proper privilege to change the system time".
This happens on all the workstations and member servers. On the workstsions, I can login as the domain administrator and I get the same error. Same also happens when I log on locally as the local admin. Under the domain security policy i checked the computer configuration-->windows settings--> security settings-->local policies-->user rights assignments and "change the system time" has administrators, everyone, domain users, and SERVICE. when i look on the local pc under its local gp settings, SERVICE is the only thing listed and cannot modify this setting (greyed out). I ran a gpupdate and no luck. any advice?