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Sync Client clock with server

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Hi Everyone,

I have just added a new computer to my domain and am trying to sync the client clock to the servers clock. How do I do this? do i use the 'net time' commands?

When I use 'net time' I get a current time and a local time of my server. I appear to be in sync with the current time, but i need to be in sync with the LOCAL time. Its a three hour time difference. I did not set up the client to be in sync with the server's current time - that happened by itself.

Thanks for your help!

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