Executing logon-scripts as Administrator

Iain Rae iainr at civ.hw.ac.uk
Mon Dec 20 11:42:00 GMT 1999

On Mon, 20 Dec 1999, Simon Murcott wrote:

> On Sat, 18 Dec 1999, Andreas Krogh wrote:
>    Is there a way to execute the NT-Domain logon-scripts as administrator
>    on the client-machines? I want to update the time with the "net" command
>    and get something like "you are not administrator"?
>    Is there a work-around for setting the time from a
>    samba-server(xntp-server)?
> Try looking into something like "tardis" which is a SNTP client for
> win32. 

This is what we're currently looking at, the other option is to run at
jobs periodically to do such things.

>There are some registry tweaks you can do to enable the "net
> time" command to be used by ordinary users (but I cannot recall what
> they are).   

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