troubleshooting Question

Time Server Issue, (I think)

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NetworkingWindows Server 2008
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I am having a problem with times on our network. It is an AD network, virtual environment. I recently reset the clocks and everything has been fine. The power went out and the servers ended up going down. The power was restored and everything came up fine but now the clocks are all back to where they were before I reset them last week. Our time clocks are connected to the network so you can imagine how 200 employees react to a 4 minute change in the clocks. Any suggestions?
Bruno PACI
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