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The current time on this computer and the current time on the network are different, can this check be disabled?

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I am unable to login to the domain because of the following error:

The current time on this computer and the current time on the network are different

I have already checked BIOS and the time is correct on the client, and it's correct on the server.  I dont have the local admin info so I can't login locally.  Can i some how disable this check so it allows the client to login despite the time being wrong?
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Disconnecting the computer from the network and try loggin on again.  If successful try to make sure the time is set correctly; reconnect the computer to the network; then logoff and back on.
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by:CharliePete00
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Can't spell today...Disconnecting should be disconnect
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by:menreeq
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So you are suggesting that I unplug the cat5 cable so it's off the network and attempt to login to the domain...since the login is cached it should let me in?
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Yes
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by:Netman66
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The check cannot be bypassed, no.

Logging on as stated above should let you in, however, there isn't much you can do without a network connection.

Rebooting the PC should sync it to the DC unless the time zone is set incorrectly on the workstation.

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IT worked CharliePete00, just like you stated, thanks!!!
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