correct remote server time using psexec or similar

I have a server which I am unable to RDP to as I get an error about the time on the server being incorrect.

I am trying to use psexec to run "net time /set" on th remote server.

I run "psexec \\servername cmd"

followed by "net time /set"

I get an access denied. How to I specify a username and password in psexec.
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the issue that the time issue is preventing the authentication of any user by any means so short of using of a local admin account you are out of luck and would need to use local access either via RDP or locally.

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Matt MinorTechnical Systems AnalystCommented:
The time on the server should be in sync with a domain controller. shouldn't need to update time manually.

However for future reference, PSEXEC can be passed credentials as follows, with the -u switch.

psexec \\servername -u domain\domainuser cmd
roy_battyDirectorAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the advice
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