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    Time

    I'm running a set up that's about 3 years old now. Several workstations persist in showing the correct date but a time that's often 15 minutes advanced of real time.

    Recently after a power off during PAT testing by the County appointed electrician a number of our Dell GX60 machines powered back up asking for F1 or F2 to access reset of date and time. I took this as a prompt to change the motherboard battery, did this and duly reset date and time.

    Despite this the time displayed on some machines is 15 minutes advancd - any ideas please folks?

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    Re: Time

    if you are running a 2k or 2k3 network.. in domain environment the worksations sync the time with the server... check your servers clock



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