Windows 7 x64 on 2012 Windows Domain shows incorrect time.

Laptops and desktops on new Windows 2012 domain are showing times 3 ours into the future.

The times on the server clocks are correct.

I tried "net stop w32time" but all I get is "the service name is invalid".

I am running the command from an elevated command prompt.
asciiassasinAsked:
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Are they all set to the same timezone?  

Configure Authoritative Time Server:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816042
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asciiassasinAuthor Commented:
They are all set to the same time zone.

I tried running the both the 50394 and 50395 fixits on the Win 7 machine and the Server 2012 machine and it told me both times that that fixit was not for my OS.
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pgm554Commented:
Have you tried setting the time on the servers through the system BIOS?

I would also check the router for the system time.
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asciiassasinAuthor Commented:
It was the server BIOS.  Thanks for your help!
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