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Change All User short date format in Windows 2008R2 using script

I have hundreds of users in Windows 2008 R2. How can i change these user's Regional setting's short date format to DD-MM-YYYY using script ? Thanks
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Wrong date created for files in Windows when copying files, if the file has already existed

I'm having a problem when copying files (or creating new files) on Windows 7. If I copy a file, I expect the date created to be correct, but sometimes it's not. Usually it works, but here is an ...
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Script to copy text including today's date into clipboard

I'd like to know if its possible in Windows for a script (or similar) to be written that will copy today's date and specific text into the clipboad, in the following format: dd/mm/yy - xx - xxx ...
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create folder in powershell with previous date

I need a Powershell script which helps me to create a folder on destination with one previous date. Currently, I am using the code below. It helps me to create a folder on destination place with ...
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Trouble in set the date in windows xp only after 8/2008

I'm having trouble setting the date in Windows XP. Specifications: Microsoft windows xp professional 2002 Service Pack 2 Intel Pentium 4 CPU 2.90 GHz RAM 512 MB Every time I try change my date ...
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System date change tracking in windows xp

I wanted to track when system time was changed in a PC.By looking at event viewer for event id 520 i will get it. But when i changed date manually in windows and look at event viewer i found 4 entries ...
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Create a folder with current year & month, windows command line? [duplicate]

How to use mkdir to create a folder with this something like --> folder1-2013-04 (but the year and month should be dynamic and generated automatically.
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Batch script or set of commands to extract the fields of date

I am trying to create a batch file to backup my data at regular intervals in Windows using a batch script. I need date parameter and the fields from the displayed format (Month, day and year). ...
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How do I copy recent folder/files from a network drive using a batch file?

My question may have answered someway or other but unfortunately I did not get the exact answer that I was looking for. Here is what I'm trying to do- create a folder on pc1, c:\temp1 map a network ...
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Copying From Windows to NFS: Can The Timestamps Be Preserved?

We have a Linux server that has NFS shares. Some Windows hosts (XP & 7) connect to it via Services for UNIX. I've been told the behavior is different from XP to 7 in terms of file creation dates ...
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Show the date on pictures

I have pictures, each with a date-taken tag. How do I "stamp" that date onto the picture? (For example editing the picture, putting the date onto the actual picture, not just an overlay...)
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Why does exiftool make the current date and time shift?

When I try to shift the date and time using exiftool on both OS X and Windows I get the same outcome: the current date and time changed instead of adding 2m 18d 11hr 14m 0s. exe file and command run ...
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Difference in command line date format between XP & Windows 7

The DATE command in XP gives the date in the format ddd dd/mm/yyyy e.g. Sun 12/12/2010. In Windows 7, it only gives dd/mm/yy I.e. 12/12/2010. Both have the same regional settings. Can Windows 7 be ...
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Why does Windows date jump a month ahead

We have a few computers that run Windows XP and every now and again they put the date/time one month forward in time. This just happened again today, putting the date to 20th September 2010. This is ...
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Windows 7 System Tray Date Display Not Appearing

I'm using Windows 7 RC and for some reason, the date won't show at all on my system tray. It used to for a while, but one day it just stopped (I didn't even notice it until someone pointed it out). ...