Saturday, January 2, 2010

How to Synchronize Time of Client Computers with The Domain?

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You might need to manually synchronize the time of a client computer within a domain. Note that this need should be the exception rather than the rule; Windows 2000 (Win2K) and later computers in a domain should automatically synchronize time with a domain controller.
     Manually synchronizing the time will not resolve the underlying time sync issue, but might temporarily resolve any other problems that arise from a lack of proper time sync (such as user and computer logon issues).
To manually synchronize time, open a command-line window, and run

net stop w32time


w32time –update


net start w32time

Manually verify the synchronization between the client computer and a domain controller. Also check the System event log to ensure that the W32Time service has not logged additional error messages.
Or else you can type this command in CMD:
W32tm /resync

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