Set system time remotely on multiple computers at once from the Cloud |
This action will set time on remote machine and can be used to fix time in case of domain logon issues related to time sync. It works similar to using command line tools (w32time), PowerShell or psexec to set time on remote computer.
In a domain environment, Windows syncs time with domain controller automatically. But sometimes it doesn’t work properly and users may experience logon errors, because Kerberos authentication protocol required synchronized time between client and server systems. This action can help to force time sync and resolve such issues.
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