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Regional format and time zone policy

Posted on 2013-12-19
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I would like to set the regional format and time zone through group policy. The setting should be linked to the location of the computer (not the user). Is it possible?
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The Computer Settings are configured on Installation of the operating System and can be changed as a local Administrator and even then they are tied to the local admin account.

Edit the User-GPO of your choice and go to:

User configuration -> Preferences -> control Panel Settings -> Regional options
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