set the time for all of clients in domain

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Hi, I wana set the time of all clients in the domain with the time of my dc,how can I use the net command? Dc OS:Win 2003 server r2 Clients OS:win xp pro sp2 Thank you. Regards Mahnaz
ASKED: March 29, 2006  7:06 PM
UPDATED: March 30, 2006  8:28 AM

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Manually, you could run these commands:
net time /setsntp:(domaincontrollersname)
net time /set

However, by default, your root dc is automatically assigned as the ntp serber for the domain and all clients should set their time on logon. The DC should be setup to get its time from something like time.microsoft.com, if I remember right.

You can query a time server by typing “net time /querysntp.”

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  • Aliyani
    Hi, I don't want to set my dc time with forine time server, only I want to set my clients time with my Dc when they turn on their computers automatically!!should I use of group ploicy?How? Thank you for the help. -------- Regards Mahnaz
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