Date and time issue

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Microsoft Windows XP
Windows XP administration
I have 20 dual boot system. Both are Windows XP and both have different time zones. OS1-CST(US and Canada) OS2-IST(India time zone). When some body is logged on to os2 and then restart the system and try to log on on os1. User can not log on because it gives "your system and network times are different". Domain user can not log on to os1. We are changing manually date and time with log on as local admin log on as checked CMOS is okay. If somebody will help me on this, I'll be really grateful to him because I've been facing this issue since last 1 month.

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  • FTClark
    This is a security issue with domain membership. The domain cannot allow time discrepancies between the domain controller and the local computer.
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