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How to get Win2000 server time at the client ?

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Hi Everyone,

    Can anyone has this solution to me?

 How to get Windows2000 server time showed at the client machines when they connected ?

   Thanks in advance.
   Bermusa  
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by:jkr
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Use "NetRemoteTOD()". See the sample at http://www.mvps.org/win32/network/nrt.c
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All right,jkr it's work fine when compile the code on NT or 2000 but not work when compile on Win9x or ME - I want to resolve this problem at client machine - I need to show a date/time from a server that when they connect to the server then the server must send a current date/time to the PC of client that it's running a get date/time application on itself.
   How do you have any way or suggestion for me for this question?

   Thanks, in advance.
   Bermusa
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You will have to load this API dynamically, as the Win9x support here is "sparse" at best. See http://www.mvps.org/win32/network/net_win9x.html and http://www.mvps.org/win32/network/nt95.html on how to do this.
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by:Nok
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Thank you so much jkr, for your help.
That mean I have to change from lm.h include file to svrapi.h file and change netapi32.lib link to svrapi.lib in the code,haven't I?
  Then when compile it with 9x or ME,it can run this program from clients with specify server name on LAN and then the server send be back a date/time on its to the clients that connecting with it,can't it?

    Please inform me again.
    Bermusa
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