Re: Stop NT WS users from changing date/time

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Date: 07/03/02


Date: 3 Jul 2002 15:20:11 -0500

I'd say they are. The only thing they use the PC for is to run
a single program, print, and do backups. They tend to not get
into stuff they're not supposed to.

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jeff brady
www.iamnotageek.com
www.reviewlocator.com

"Lex jansen" <lex@lex-jansen.demon nl> wrote in message news:ui6lb5g1p6hf18@corp.supernews.com... > Are they smart enough then to have full admin rights ??? :-) > > Lex jansen > > "Jeff Brady" <jeffbrady@dmait.com> wrote in message > news:3d234b6d$0$38721$45beb828@newscene.com... > > The users aren't smart enough to change their own local policies. > > Thanks for the info =) > > -- > > jeff brady > > www.iamnotageek.com > > www.reviewlocator.com > > > > <jcochran at naplesgov dot com (Jeff Cochran)> wrote in message > > news:3d3040a6.80580869@news.supernews.com... > > > >I want a WinNT user to have full admin rights, except the ability > > > >to change the date/time in Windows. Any ideas? > > > > > > Besides the fact that full admin rights would allow them to change > > > their local policies, you can take away the change dtae and time > > > function from the group they belong to. This could be a domain-wide > > > policy I guess, which would make it possible to avoid them changing > > > their local policies. > > > > > > Jeff > > > > > >