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Network time 5 minutes fast

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My domain time is 5 minutes faster than the offical U.S. time, and cell phones. How can I correct this?
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Question by:knada242
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Change the time on the domain controller that hosts the PDC emulator role.  The other computers in teh domain will sync their time with that server.
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Configure the PDC Emulator FSMO in your forest root domain to point to an authoritative time source, as described here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816042
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