Time is OFF


I have an issue were all my computers in my domain are ahead on their clocks.

There is any way to sync this from the server?
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Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:

the default for domain joined computers is to sync time with the DC or a designated assistant.  If the clients are exactly one hour off, perhaps there is a time zone conflict?

is the SBS correct?  If so, you can set the stations with the set time command:

if the server is off, look here:

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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
From one of the affected machines:

Elevate a command prompt:

w32tm /query /source

What is the output?
By Default the time in synched via the DC - Make sure the DC has the correct time.

Note, if the DC has the wrong time and your running VMWare ESXi, make sure ESXi has the correct time setup on it.
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