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    Update time on all PC's

    Whats the best way to make sure that all PC's are set at the same time? I have Server 2003 and all XP clients.

    Have done it in one school with a batch file that sets the time to that of the server but there must be a better way?

    Instructions with the suggestions would be helpful :-) and its only Monday!

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    Re: Update time on all PC's

    Read this thread.

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    Re: Update time on all PC's

    Basically if you have 2k3 DC's and XP stations then you don't need to do anything as the Windows time service does it all automatically.

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