controlling pc clocks from sbs 2003

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
My workstations are not allowing clocks to be managed locally. It appears the sbs 2003 server is controlling the clocks and they are 6 minutes slow. Where do I find the controls for this on the server?
Question by:altonPM
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    Accepted Solution

    This is normall, and how it should be!

    If you have a time problem on the SBS server then correct tuis and your clients will then sync with that.

    See here for a guide from EE member tigermatt:
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    Assisted Solution

    Also check in the workstations in Control Panel, Date & Time, the Time Zone tab

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