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Synchronize system time

By vanbinh.nguyen ·
I want to synchronize time between a computer with a server.
The server is not a domain controller. I have tried some softwares but it just apply to computers that already joined a Domain controller.

Please help me?

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Try this from a command line

by Jacky Howe In reply to Synchronize system time

it worked connecting from XP to W7.

net time \\w7rc /set /yes

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RE:Try this from a command line

by vanbinh.nguyen In reply to Try this from a command l ...

I had tried that command.
An error issued:
"System error 5 has occured
access denied"
How to fix it?

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You haven't

by Jacky Howe In reply to RE:Try this from a comman ...

got the right permissions to run it.

The local system policies must specifically grant the named user time setting rights or the time sync will fail.

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grant the named user time setting rights

by vanbinh.nguyen In reply to You haven't

Dear Mr Jacky Howe,
I ran the command line by local administrator.
How to grant the named user time setting rights in The local system policies ?

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OK

by Jacky Howe In reply to grant the named user time ...

Press the winkey + r and type secpol.msc and press Enter.

Navigate to Local Policies, User Rights Assignment and in the right hand pane you will see Change the system time.

You will have to use an account that has access to the file server.

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It work

by vanbinh.nguyen In reply to OK

Thank Mr Jack Howe,

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That's great

by Jacky Howe In reply to It work

it's an oldie but a goodie.

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