Domain Policy to enable clock/calendar for non Administrators

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
is there a domain policy i can set to enable windows clock/calendar for non administrative users on the WIndows 2003 SBS domain?
Question by:Anti-Mhz
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    Create a new group policy object, then adjust the following:

    computer configuration - windows settings - security settings - local policies - user rights assignment  - Change the system time.

    Add whatever users you want to this list. Keep in mind that the time needs to be within 5 mins of the domain controller, or else kerberos will have authentication problems on the workstations.

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