Problem : Error: server’s clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller’s clock
My problem is my server can’t access client………I setup a server(windows 2000 advance server) with Install Active Directory and DNS for my study purpose. After I promote stand alone server to Domain controller, The DC no longer able to access client( window-xp Pro).
I got an error
\computername is not accessible
This server’s clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller’s clock.
I only got two computer connect peer to peer in my network……..Can anyone let me know what is going on and how to fix it??? It’s posible to access and view other computer(Not server) with MY network places in my Domain Controller???
I able to access Domain controller with my Windows-xp Pro but my DC Not able to access win-xp client.
Thanks in advance…..Hope will receive the reply as soon as posible…..Have a nice day to all of you.
Solution: Error: server’s clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller’s clock
you can use the NET TIME command to synchronize your
workstation’s clock with another workstation or server’s clock. To do so,
open a command line or Run dialog box and enter the command
NET TIME \ComputerName /SET /YES
Where ComputerName is the name of the workstation or server that you want
to synchronize with. If your workstation is a member of an NT domain, you
may want to synchronize your clock with your Primary Domain Controller. To
run this command every time you log on, put it in a batch file and add the
file to your Startup Menu.