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Synchronizing Workstation time w/Server

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Can anybody tell me how to keep the workstation's time/clock synchronized exactly with and updated by the Server?
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We use time server for that, it's called Tardis.
It's a configurable service that periodically connects to a time server and adjusts the system clock. Pretty reliable.

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every NT server is also a time server for workstations.

add the following command to your common logon script and each user will be synchronised on logon.

NET TIME /DOMAIN:yourdomain /SET /YES

alternatively you can specify a server instead of a entire domain. then use

NET TIME \\yourserver /SET /YES

thats all
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