Get Your Time Synchronized

Posted On 2008-04-17 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Net Time
Tags: Windows Commandline Tip Windows
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How to synchronize the time with another computer on the network.

You can syncronize your Windows computer with another computer on the network by using the NET TIME command.

To use this command, open a command prompt and type:

NET TIME \\computername /SET /Y

If you are on a domain, itís usually standard to synchronize the time with your login server. To do this type:

NET TIME \\%LOGONSERVER% /SET /Y

If you only know the IP address of the computer, you can use that as well:

NET TIME \\192.168.1.1 /SET /Y


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