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Windows Time stamp in event logs issue

mjm21
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We had an issue with an application this moring where users were getting kicked out for no reason.  When checked the security event logs on a 2003 windows server the time stamp was way off.  Attached is the screen shot.
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Sigurdur HaraldssonSystem Administrator

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Nothing else in the rest of the event logs to explain this? Is the same time stamp difference there?

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Yes. In the system event log it has event id 52 warning:  W32TIME

Description: The time service has set the time with offset -28893 seconds.

10:56:15 AM - That's when it fixed it self.
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