[Samba] allowing users to change system time
fsb at ntwsdb.com
Wed Dec 1 22:38:03 GMT 2004
your problem is probably with the local computer policy on the w2k boxes.
on the win2k box, go to start, run, gpedit.msc, Local Computer Policy,
Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Securty Settings, Local Policies,
User Rights Assignments, Change the System Time. Add users or authenticated
users to this key.
there may be an easier way, but works for me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian Clancy" <ClancyIan at cel.ie>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 4:07 PM
Subject: [Samba] allowing users to change system time
> Greetings Samba users,
> I'm the proud administrator of a samba 3 domain with openldap backend. All
> is well but for one niggling little problem which i hope somebody could
> me with ?.
> My pdc is set up as a time server "time server = yes" and I have created a
> logon script with the following entry :
> net time \\mypdc /set /yes
> Now, when i logon to a windows 2k domain client as Administrator the above
> command sync's the time on the client with the server, no problems.
> when ordinary users logon they get the following error :
> System error 1314 has occurred.
> A required privilege is not held by the client.
> I would like to give the users the privilege to change the time on their
> systems. Does anyone know how i could go about doing this ?. Using the
> usrmgr.exe program i can make a number of changes to the samba domain,
> usfortunately their is not an option to do this ?
> All help , ideas welcome.
> Thanks for your time.
> Ian Clancy
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