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Change Date/Time in Windows 10 when it's a DOMAIN MEMBER

dasher3000
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Windows 10 on a Domain -- need to change the DATE / TIME so we can run special reports from within our software.

Is there somewhere in Group Policy to allow a single "MANAGER" pc to edit their date / time temporarily so they can generate a report that shows that edited date/time?

When I go in to edit, it says - "Some Settings controlled by Administrator..." or something to that effect.

Thanks!
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Commented:
Open the classical control panel (winkey+r, enter "control"), there go to clock and region ->date and time - that works.
Kesavan JeganarayananIT Consultant

Commented:
You can change the regional settings - date and time if not working,  

Could you try below? or refer this link: https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-disable-the-group-policy-service-on-Windows-10-Pro

This setting will prevent Group Policy from updating until you logout or restart the computer.

Hold down the Windows Key and press “R” to bring up the Run command box.
Type “gpedit.msc“, then press “Enter“.
In the “Local Computer Policy“, go to “Computer Configuration” > “Administrative Templates” > “System” > “Group Policy“.
Open the “Turn off background refresh of Group Policy” setting.
Set this setting to “Enabled“, then select “OK“.