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Cannot change pc's date and time

Hello,

Even logged on with a SysAdmin (full priv set) account, I am unable to change the Date and Time properties on any of my XP client work stations.

I am getting the following pop up window;
Date and Time Properties.
You do not have the proper privilege level to change the System TIme.
I would be very appreciative of any assistance in clearing this problem.

Thank you very kindly,

kie..:)

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