Windows 2003 Server

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I have a Windows 2003 Stand-Alone Server - No Active Directory. Am running an application where I need to input "Future" dates. This application will not allow me to enter future dates because it "sees" the date on this server. If I reset the date on this server to a future date in the bios and enter the data, then, when finished, put the date back to current, will Windows Server 2003 freak out? What might happen?

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Windows server 2003 won’t care about your date. It only
affect the system log and whatever program that will trace
the date for license log.

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    absolutely agree with Demarks , I am doing this with no problems at all....
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