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Time difference between client & server

By jet1415 ·
I have a windows 2000 domain with AD running - 3 domain controllers and have never set up any time solution on the servers. Whenever a client reboots, when it comes back up and tries to login to my W2K domain, the user gets an error that there is atime difference between the client and server and you can not be logged into the domain. I have read every possible white paper and knowledge base article on this and can not figure out why it keeps happening. When the client gets the error one ofour sysadmins has to go to their desk and log into a local admin account and run the w32tm cmd to force the workstation to sync up it's time. Once we run the command we can shut down the system and reboot it and they can login fine. Once they reboot again they will get the error again. I would like to know if anyone has had this problem before and if so how did you pinpoint it and/or solve it? Thanks.

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