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Syncronize clocks on three NTs

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I have three NT4 that run Lotus Domino. I want to syncronize the clocks on all three computers. I e computer two and three have the same time that computer one.

The simpliest solution is OK if it work. Or a link to a program that fix it.

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You can use "AboutTime" to sync the clock.
You can set up one computer to be the time host and the others will connect to the host to get the time.
Very, very simple to use and done in less than 15 minutes.

Download it here (or from any other tucows site):
http://tucows.thebrain.net/syncnt.html

Best regards
-Stavi-
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