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  • Steven Warren // May 9, 2008, 7:23 AM PST

    How do I use the Windows Time Service?

    This article will explain the details and show you how to configure and troubleshoot the Time Service.

  • TechRepublic Staff // October 3, 2007, 11:09 AM PST

    Net time

    Since the net time command returned the time from another DC on the network, I think THE OTHER DC is where the problem is. For whatever reason, and admittedly I'm not clear on wha...

  • TechRepublic Staff // September 26, 2006, 11:47 AM PST

    Mastering the Windows Time Service

    If you manage Windows 2000 and Active Directory, you should know that the Win2K Time Service is key to ensuring that the Kerberos security protocol and other Windows 2000 services ...

  • Steven Warren // September 26, 2006, 11:47 AM PST

    Mastering the Windows Time Service

    Mastering the Windows Time Service

  • TechRepublic Staff // February 8, 2006, 1:30 AM PST

    What is the environment?

    A lot depends on what servers you have (in what roles), what NOS, and what client OS... For a WinServ 2003 AD environment, just have your XP clients set to NET TIME /setsntp: an...

  • TechRepublic Staff // June 8, 2005, 4:52 AM PST

    Nmap Part 3

    In this tutorial I will explain Stealth FIN, Xmas, and Null scans. I will also explain why the RPC scan can give us a little more information. I'll also explain why some of the in...

  • cubeice24@yahoo.fr // July 22, 2004, 9:42 PM PST

    NTP:Synching PART OF a non-parent domain

    SYNCHING PART OF A NON-PARENT W2K AD DOMAIN =========================================== I'm currently doing a study on Network Clock Synching for a European Manufacturing Company. ...

  • TechRepublic Staff // January 15, 2004, 12:04 AM PST

    on each client go to command prompt and type net stop w32time then net time /setsntp: then net start w32time This will sync the windows time service on win2k and xp clients with t...

  • TechRepublic Staff // January 12, 2004, 9:43 PM PST

    If all your machines were in a domain, you could set up a time server, and synchronize them by it. If you had Internet access, you could synchronize them to an external time server...

  • TechRepublic Staff // March 30, 2003, 9:00 PM PST

    windows time

    Well, since you've apparently already checked the time zone setting, there are a few other things to look at that might be affecting time settings. First of all, you can check the...