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W2K3 domain time synchronisation

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I have PC's losing their network drive mappings on a W2K3 AD domain affected by changes to Daylight Saving time. Is there a way to get around this apart from changing the time on the local PC ? The PC's are a mixture of W2K & XP Pro.
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I believe you can implement a GPO to synchronize the server time to the local PC when it authenticates.  The path for this should be Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Windows Time Service
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Hello saliyam,

Were you able to resolve the issue?  Did this GPO setting help at all?
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