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Win2K3 primary controller clock

I need to share a folder from a workstation, so I used the NET TIME dos command to synch the workstation with the server. The server's time in the system tray is correct - but when I use the dos command - it sets the workstation's time two hours ahead of the real time. How can I fix it so the time that the server sends is correct.
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tyy8
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EricIT ManagerCommented:
Hi tyy8,
make sure its using the same time Zone  IE: GMT -5 for EST

Good luck!
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crazijoeCommented:
ecszone is correct, check the time zone on the work station
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