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troubleshooting Question

Net Time

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Windows Server 2003Microsoft Legacy OS
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Hi, I have a network that is running server 2003 with about 10 xp workstations. I am having trouble with the time on the server. when I type net time in the command prompt on one of the worksations I get the following response

Current time at \\server name is 10/20/2010 1.01pm
Local time (GMT +10:00) at \\servername is 10/20/2010 12:01pm

Time regional setting is set to Australia on all workstations and server so the date should be 20/10/2010. also the correct time is 12:01 which is dispalyed in the time settings on the server. So my question is where is the current time coming from and how can I change it to the correct local time. We are in daylight saving time and the computers are checked to update with daylight savings. Also, whenI try and sync using w32tm /resync I get an error message saying: "the computer did not resynce because no time data was available. Any help would be appreciated.
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