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Hi,
does anyone knows how to get the NT server date by running a VB program on client site with Win95/Win98 OS?

I know this question already has some answers (question by timytlee), but at the end, I did not quite understand if there's a way to get the server date without using the Netapi32.dll or creanting files on the server.

I know that the message "Can't find DLL entry point NetRemoteTOD in Netapi32.dll" it's because it's not supported by Win98/985 (MSDN Library).

Is there any other way ?
thank you


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No, there is not any other way! NetRemoteTOD does not work on Win95.

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I was afraid of that...Thank you anyway.
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