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Enable date/time setting in XPsp3

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We have four XPsp3 workstations which are telling even the admin login that the user does not have sufficient permission to set the date/time. Running timedate.cpl gives the same error.  I have looked local policies and set who can change time/date to "everyone" and "administrator".  All are on Windows domain, but I did not setting local policies thru the domain at all.  How may I reenable timedate.cpl on these machines?
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I think I've tried that, but will try again.  TY.
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Ah, I didn't know about the reboot.  Thank you.
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