[Samba] Re: "time server" option ?

Andrew Bartlett abartlet at samba.org
Fri Mar 19 22:19:19 GMT 2004

On Fri, 2004-03-19 at 20:08, M. Vancl wrote:
> "Norbert Gomes" <norbert.gomes at orleans-tours.iufm.fr> wrote:
> When Samba is a time server, all clients clocks are set to the server
> clock with the command "net time \\server_name /set /yes" in your logon
> script
> I'm sorry, but due my test I think, that it is not right purpose of this
> parameter.
> Call "net time \\server" give me right reply independently its value.

This parameter decides if samba will advertise itself as a time server. 
It will always reply, but I think you can say 'net time', and your
client will find local 'time servers' for you.

Andrew Bartlett

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