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Time Sync

My local computers normally get there time from the Windows 2003 Domain controllers but last night I toke the domain controller down an all the local computers are out of sync . Is there a way for me to push this to all the workstation?

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cfEngineersCommented:
You use NET TIME \\ServerName /SET /YES in the logon script
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ahmad1467Author Commented:
I just ran a NET TIME on a local station and its looking at the wrong server do you know how I can switch witch server keeps the time
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cfEngineersCommented:
NET TIME \\NewServerToGetTimeFrom /SET /YES
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ahmad1467Author Commented:
Ok I ran command NET TIME \\NewServerToGetTimeFrom /SET /YES  and it completed successfully
But it keeps defaulting back to the server I don’t want it to go to, I’m trying to get all my workstations to get their time from the Domain controller but even the Domain controller shows the time of the other server when I run the {Net Time}.
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cfEngineersCommented:
sounds like you need to set your server to get a time update from navy.mil

instructions here
http://acecomptech.com/blog/?p=3

servers here
http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/ntp.html
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