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    Time on Power Monitoring Expert Server Changes to a Future Date in a Redundant System

    The time on the PME server changes to 2084 or a similar year in the future.

    Product Line
    Power Monitoring Expert 8.1 (could apply to any version)
    everRun from Stratus Technologies (Marathon)

    PME installed on a redundant system running on Marathon

    A series of these events are in Windows Security Log:

    Log Name:      Security
    Source:          Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing
    Date:              7/30/2084 1:10:54 PM
    Event ID:        4616
    Task Category: Security State Change
    Level:              Information
    Keywords:       Audit Success
    User:              N/A
    Computer:      WIN-L9J7NRS9HL1
    Description:   The system time was changed.

        Security ID:               SYSTEM
        Account Name:          WIN-L9J7NRS9HL1$
        Account Domain:        WORKGROUP
        Logon ID:                   0x3e7

    Process Information:
        Process ID:    0xa34
        Name:        C:\Program Files (x86)\Citrix\XenTools\XenGuestAgent.exe

    Previous Time:        ‎2084‎-‎07‎-‎30T18:10:54.628000000Z
    New Time:              ‎2084‎-‎07‎-‎30T18:10:54.626000000Z

    This event is generated when the system time is changed. It is normal for the Windows Time Service, which runs with System privilege, to change the system time on a regular basis. Other system time changes may be indicative of attempts to tamper with the computer.

    As described above, the XenGuestAgent process is using System privilege to change the time.  A workarount would be to remove this priviledge:

    1. From Administrative Tools open Local Security Policy
    2. Navigate to Local Policies > User Rights Assignment


    3. In 'Change the system time' remove the SYSTEM group
    - open 'Change the system time' property window (double click on it)
    - select SYSTEM group
    - click on Remove

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