Have 2 date/time for different users in Trminal Server windows server 2016


I need have a diffrent date for each user in Terminal Server (3 users), not time zone. Is possible set a date for each user?

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
None that I have ever heard of and given how I understand Windows working, the simple answer is it's not possible.

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
If you can explain why you think you need this, we may be able to provide a workable solution.
rflorencioAuthor Commented:
Hi Lee,

I have 3 user and each one need to launch accounting movements. However each one need launch documents with a diferente date. Application get date from system date/time.

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I don't know how your application configured, but check within application profile if date can be set per profile (user)
So that it won't pickup date from system
David Johnson, CD, MVPRetiredCommented:
I have 3 user and each one need to launch accounting movements. However each one need launch documents with a diferente date Doesn't this defeat the reason for using a datetime?  Why do you have the requirement to run the applications with a different time?

On a computer the time is a system wide option, if they use different computers having the wrong time will stop authentication as there is a time window for authentication.

My impression is that it cannot be done.
I do not think this would be possible since changing the systems time is a global system setting which would affect AD authentication if changed
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