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vrf Beware of 'On Cycle' Loops !

Question asked by les_hammer on Jun 3, 2008



I don't know of any way to prevent the trouble, but haven't really looked.  Is there a way to disable a user's ability to change the date/time on a PC?
 

I think your IT department can restrict the privilages on that.
Your program could always record the start time or the last known "good" time.  It could then flag:
1) time going negative
2) time jumping too far ahead
 
~~Les Hammer

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