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Time Set on Netware 4.10 server

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The TIME on a clients server is wrong. I have tried to use the SET TIME command to set the time correctly but it keeps coming up NO SUCH VARIABLE. Anybody know how to either fix this or change the time another way?
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The command settime doesn't work on 4.10 servers.

There are two ways to do it.
1. If you can down the server do that and change the cmos clock time. When you reboot you'll get the correct time.

2. At the server console,
  Load Servman
  Go into "Server parameters"
           Time
           TIMESYNCH Time Adjustment
  This option allows you to schedule a  time adjustment much like the old settime.

Either of these should work providing this server isn't getting it's time from another source.
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If you have few servers, you can set one to be SINGLE REFERENCE time server without problems.

Use TIMESYNC.CFG to store your time configuration parameters. I mean you can:

SET TIMESYNC Write Parameters ON

and adjust your time configuration parameters; they will be written to SYS:SYSTEM\TIMESYNC.CFG

Then you can use this server to adjust time in all your network using the console command:

set time [mm/dd/yy] [hh:mm:ss]

The date format depends on your localized version of Netware.

Hope this helps you...
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