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Microsoft CRM 4.0: System Settings

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I have two questions:

Do you need System Administrator role to change System Settings?

Do changes to the Date and Time under Systems Settings affect the organizaiton?

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I believe that you do need the System Administrator role, though there may be a System Settings permission that can be granted to a role.

With regard to the date and time, if you are referring to the settings on the formats tab then making a change here affects the default setting for new users that are added to CRM. It does not affect existing users and all users can change their format setting in Options when they connect via Internet Explorer.
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