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    Hi All,

    i'm new in this forum.
    i have a problem in my windows 2003 domain environment.

    the clock is 10 minutes early.

    i want to fix this problem without affect the users (there are 500 users).

    can anybody here help?


    Thanks

    william
    Last edited by gemblong; 15th June 2009, 05:19.

  • #2
    Re: Clock in Domain Controller

    Originally posted by gemblong View Post
    Hi All,

    i'm new in this forum.
    i have a problem in my windows 2003 domain environment.

    the clock is 10 minutes early.

    i want to fix this problem without affect the users (there are 500 users).

    can anybody here help?


    Thanks

    william

    Does do that mean you don't want to change the time on the users computers even though they are 10 minutes wrong or that the time on them is right ?

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    • #3
      Re: Clock in Domain Controller

      Originally posted by hazey View Post
      Does do that mean you don't want to change the time on the users computers even though they are 10 minutes wrong or that the time on them is right ?
      i mean i want t fix all the domain area including the clients.

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      • #4
        Re: Clock in Domain Controller

        ah in that case all you need to do is configure your PDC to get the correct time from a reliable time source, (the workstations should get the time from the domain controller) IMO, A university or government server is a good choice, the link below explains how windows time works in general and also how to configure the PDC to connect to an external time source,

        http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816042

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        • #5
          Re: Clock in Domain Controller

          thanks hazey,

          will try it tonight

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