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Can Windows Clock be Locked without Changing Permission?

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As the title asks, is there a way to do this?

Thanks for any help.

--Bob
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XP?
Pro or Home?

In home version, permissions must be changed for access to the timedate.cpl

For Pro, it can be done via group policy in User Rights Assignment
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Thank you.
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