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Implementing TimeSynch With NT 4.0 Wksta

By dkharrell ·
We are trying to implement time synchronization to our workstations. The problem is that the individual users (on NT workstation 4.0) have no access to their time functions. I have tried loading the program as a service with administrative rights to no avail.

Anyone have a suggestion here?

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by jewright In reply to Implementing TimeSynch Wi ...

Login to the workstations as administrator.

type "AT 12:00 /every:m,t,w,th,f,s,su net time \\(The name of your NT Server) /Set /Y"

This command will run as administrator at noon every day. This is Sloppy but effective.

Thanks.....Jeremy

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by s.mozden In reply to Implementing TimeSynch Wi ...

Install the time add-in found on the Windows NT resource Kit CD. TimeServ.exe Found at: \i386\config\TimeServ.exe

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by dkharrell In reply to Implementing TimeSynch Wi ...

I've got the Time Synch working, but I am having trouble getting the ntrights.exe to work in the login script. Our users do not have rights to change the time on their PC's, so I have to add the rights, set the time, then revoke the rights. I am having problems with the ntrights function.

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