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We have Nav 2015 instance installed in the server and application is accessed via the Navision 2015 client through the PC.
today is 18/12/2018.
Posting is allowed only till 18/12/2018; which means posting will be blocked by 00.00AM on 19/12/2018.
My time zone is GMT+4.30
If you change the time zone of the Nav client installed PC (not in the Nav server) to a zone which comes behind my origin time zone (Eg: GMT -2.00) and you re-login to the system, system will allow you to post even after 00.00AM on 19/12/2018 because the time of the PC is still of the previous date (May be 10.30PM on 18/12/2018)
And if you check the date of the posted entries, it will 18/12/2018.
Due to some reasons, a team of users are doing this in my company.
Is there anyway control this from the Nav server ?
I cannot control the access in their PCs; they have admin privileges.
Any help will be highly appreciated.
I think this is outside Dynamics NAV, But you can do it from windows.
You can use "Local Security Policy" from Windows on Local Computers by click "Run" & type "secpol.msc".
Then Click on "Local Policies" - "User Rights Assignment", a list of all policies is displayed.
Click on "Change the time zone" policy to add the users even administrator that are allowed to change the timezone.
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It is interesting, one suggestion would make add a small customization for the Login Management to check the Time using a Free Webservice or API and compare it with their system time, if they don't match. Throw an error
Thanks for your reply.
I don't have the luxury of controlling this through the local PC as I have explained in my query.
Need to setup a control in the server.
So it's a customization...!
Any other suggestions please ?
Yes John. It is a Customization.
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