Time Synchronization

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I have to use server's clock time to update several workstations every 30 minutes. Is there a way to synchronize all the machines with server.


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Create a batch file with the following command:
net time \\servername /set /yes
if you put a shortcut to it in the start menu for all users it will syncronize everytime the machine is logged into.  If you need to syncronize more frequently, use the scheduler from the NT Resource kit to run the batch file as often as you want.

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I'd rather run timeserv from same resourcekit, then you sync the time without leaving the scheduler service running and  open to abuse.
If you add this line in to there login scripts every time they login they will get time from this server and you will not have to mess around with desktops
You can also get other servers to run this and all of our servers will be on the right time

net time \\servername /set /yes
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