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i have a windows 2003 server that won't keep current time. When i change it to its current time, it stays for about 30 minutes and then it goes back 4 hours
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What is the timezone on the server?

Is there something funky with the Battery for CMOS?  Do you need to update the BIOS?

Do you update the time services using Windows Time W32tm?

HTH,

Kent
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