I thought there might be a way to do this in a login script from the
server, but this will get the job done.
At 02:37 PM 2/24/98 -0500, you wrote:
>If the computer is left on most of the time, create a batch file (e.g.
>synctime.bat) and put the following line in it:
> @net time \\computername /set /y
>where 'computername' represents the computername of the machine you are
>syncing with. The @ symbol just hides the echo of the command so it
>doesn't display as the file loads. Of course you don't have to put it
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