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In my network all domain users are given local administrator rights.

I need to given permissions for changing system time for all users thats the reason I have added them to local admin group's.

Taking this as advantage users are misusing system resources, Is there any config change where I can allow users to have only permissions for modifying system time & nothing else Like installing software & modifying system files like hosts file etc
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You can allow domain user to change the system time by using GPO under

Computer Configuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Local Policy/User Right/Change the system time and add the users \ group to which you need to allow this activity.

http://www.ahowtodo.com/computer_software/operating_systems/how-to-allow-domain-users-change-system-datetime/
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