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Wrong time on clients in Active Directory Domain

Posted on 2004-09-27
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In a W2k Active Directory domain, all clients are 1 hour behindf the Domain Controller that has the role of the Primary Doimain Controller Emulator, which has the role of time syncrhonization. All servers have the correct time. The event logs state that syncrhonization has occurred. Why are they 1 hour behind, any ideas?

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Sounds like a time zone is set incorrectly somewhere.  On the DCs and the workstations, check Control Panel -> Date and Time -> Time Zone.  Verify the time zone is set correctly and that "automatically adjust clock for daylight savings" is checked.
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or apply a startup script (using coomputer policy) for configuring a time server for the clients.
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