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How to Manually set time in a Windows Domain

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#1 jmbmichael


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Posted 28 August 2009 - 03:01 PM

I'm running a windows domain with 2003 servers. My "powers to be" are after me to sync the time on our domain with our phone system. I don't have a problem pointing the clients to the PDC to receive the time. But how can I manually set the time on the PDC. Evidently you can set it to pull the time from the CMOS but there has got to be an easier way. Anyone have any ideas. Thanks

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#2 tomdlgns


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Posted 21 September 2009 - 08:29 PM

yes, this is possible. however, i have the documentation printed out at my office. i will reply in the morning.

however, i see this is your first post, if you still need help once you read this, let me know.

i WILL be watching this topic in the morning.

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