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Reference: Changing system time

If you are running Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista or later, then administrator privileges required to change system time. If you want to synchronize time on those operating systems, you can either run Advanced Time Synchronizer from an administrator account or install Advanced Time Synchronizer Service.

To install Advanced Time Synchronizer Service:

  • Logon into your system as administrator;
  • Select the Advanced Time Synchronizer Service Control from the Advanced Time Synchronizer group in the Start menu (or execute svctimesync.exe file from the folder where Advanced Time Synchronizer is installed);
  • Click the Change Settings button and make sure that the option Allow time synchronization from non-administrator accounts is enabled;
  • Click the Install service button;
  • When the service is installed, you can logon under your account and use Advanced Time Synchronizer to synchronize your computer clock.
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