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I have a PC running Windows Server 2003 connected to a domain with 2 PDC's. this PC is our antivirus server (running TREND MICRO NEAT SUITE) in our domain. it was working perfectly until the power supply failed and messed up the boot record of the OS, so I repaired Windows and then seemed to be working fine, HOWEVER, every morning all antivirus clients cannot connect to this server and vice versa (via antivirus update), the server cannot open the TREND MICRO WEB CONSOLE (where all antivirus clients are managed) and when I look at the EVENT VIEWER LOGS, I get these errors: (please see attachment)
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Event ID 14. Are you runing Symantec AntiVirus?
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could we help you?
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Hi awawada,

Sorry for late reply.
I was able to rectify the problem with this command in CMD:
net time /DOMAIN:*** /set /y

Thanks for the help, you pushed me in the right direction!
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