System clock not updating
Click on the Log On tab and make sure it’s set to This account – Local Service.
The password fields should automatically be filled in, so there is no need to type in any passwords.
Note that if you are in a domain, you may simply be restricted by the group policy set by your company.
If you’re not on a domain and Administrators don’t have the two privileges shown above, then adding the group to the security setting should fix the problem.
You can run SFC by opening a command prompt and typing in the following command: System file checker will verify all system files and will replace any file that is corrupt, modified or damaged. Just type in the word time and you can change the time too: Note that the time is in 24-hour format and you can specify it down all the way to milliseconds.
You can also change the date and time in Windows using the command line. You should be able to change the time without having to open an elevated command prompt.
Hopefully one of the solutions above fixes your issue. The next thing you can try is to run the system file checker.If you’re having strange permission issues in Windows, it’s probably some type of corruption of system files and settings.Open a command prompt and type in the word date and press enter. If you get an error, however, then try running the command prompt as Administrator.If you get an error message like “A required privilege is not held by the client” when trying to use the command prompt, go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Local Security Policy and then navigate to Local Policy\User Rights Assignment and ensure that Change the system time and Change the time zone privileges are given to Administrators.
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