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How to set SeSystemtimePrivilege disabled (Windows Domain)?

Posted on 2009-05-11
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Can I set "Domain Controller Policy" for disable "change system time" for all computer/users in Windows 2003 Domain?

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by:Richard Squibb
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You can lock down by GPO who can change the system time

Computer configuration\Security Settings\Local Policies\Change the system time
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by:mrmodular
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Hi rsquibb,
this GPO is only for "enable" and not "disable"...
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This is the problem! :-(
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by:mrmodular
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no expert in your site
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