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How to Synchronise your Clock with the Domain Controller

Posted by SteveHardie | On: Jul 05 2011

This article descripes how you can synchronise your computers clock with either your Domain Controller or any other windows computer on your network.

The quickest way to synchronise your clock with the domain time, open a command prompt window and type:

NET TIME /DOMAIN

To force a computer to synchronize its time with a specific computer, send the following command:

NET TIME \\<MACHINENAME> /SET /Y

-or-

NET TIME \\<IP Address> /SET /Y

Where <MACHINENAME> is the domain controller computer name, or IP address.

See Also: NET TIME /Domain Will Not Sync Time with Domain Time Source Server

6 Comments

  1. Dann says:

    it works. Thanks.

  2. excellent, works! thanks

  3. Jos says:

    This resolved a regular “unable to connect” problem with network printer connected to the non-syncronized station. Lot of thanks.

  4. vol123 says:

    Hi Steve! +100500 Thanks for the post!!! It help me syncronise time between Samba4 DC and M$ Windows7 domain computers.

  5. Lohit says:

    Its works for me 🙂

  6. it works like charms thanks

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