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Client logon problem due to synchronization problem with the time server

Posted on 2003-12-08
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A client using win2k pro, cannot log in the domain, because there's a time difference between client and server (that is the exact message windows return at login).
I don't know the computer's password to login locally, and i've already tried with the net time command to change the client computer's time from the pdc, but access to this computer is denied!
How can i de-synchronize this computer so it will be able to login without having problem using different time server, or how can i find the computer's password or change it from ms-dos maybe, so i can login locally and change the time settings on this computer

Thanx in advance
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Have you tried setting the time in the BIOS? During bootup, there should be a message "Hit '<some key>' to enter the BIOS setup." <some key> is probably "delete" or "F2".
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