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Synchronize workstations time

By ravila ·
How could I sync. the time on all my NT workstation?
I can not use the Net time command because the users logon do not have rights to change the time.

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by robertp In reply to Synchronize workstations ...

Unless there is a reason, give all users permission to change the time. Then use a logon program to run the net time command.

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by wilsonrichjr In reply to Synchronize workstations ...

I have been researching and setting up several servers in my network to be time servers, so that all the workstations can sync up their time. You have to create a logon script with the "Net Time" command, but the user that logons onto that machine must have the appropriate rights. You have to grant the "change system time" right to the users or groups that you want, which I did, but found out that you still have to touch every machine and you have to add that user to the local group of "powerusers" in order for them to change the time. So this project is time consuming.

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