[Samba] Eficient method to run [net time \\server] on logon script with winxp+domain ?

hamacker sirhamacker at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 02:16:43 GMT 2008

In my network I have winxp and win98 too, but the same logon script
for both. 'cause this, I need to use 'net time'.
I have a NTP server in my network, my samba server sync them, and
win9x/winxp sync with the samba.
To me, it's the best option.

2008/10/14 Eric Boehm <boehm at nortel.com>:
> On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 01:00:59PM -0600, Jeff Ross wrote:
>>>>>> "Jeff" == Jeff Ross <jross at wykids.org> writes:
>    f> Bruno La Torre wrote:
>    >> hamacker ha scritto:
>    >>> I can not find any element inside gpedit to change that.  Do
>    >>> you know, what element I can change that ?
>    >>>
>    >>> hamacker ha scritto:
>    >>>
>    >>>>> Any eficient method to run [net time \\server] on logon
>    >>>>> script with winxp+domain ?
>    >> configuration computer windows settings protection settings
>    >> local settings set right user set change time
>    >>
>    >> sorry for my traslation.
>    >>
> This might be slightly off topic but is there some reason you don't
> use NTP instead. More accurate, less overhead, less maintenance.
> You could set up the Samba server(s) as NTP time servers for your
> local subnet and run
> net time /setsntp:"ntp server list" just once and you would be good to
> go. You wouldn't need to worry about time after that.
>    Jeff> By co-incidence I've just been looking into this myself.
>    Jeff> I found this article most helpful:
>    Jeff> http://blogs.msdn.com/aaron_margosis/archive/2005/02/11/371474.aspx
>    Jeff> If I use INTERACTIVE as suggested, my netlogon script is
>    Jeff> able to sync the time to the samba server.  Non-privledged
>    Jeff> users are not able to set the time at the toolbar clock,
>    Jeff> though.
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