Script for Remote Synchronization of Workstation's Time with PDC

A small batch file that allows the administrator to remotely synchronize a workstation's time with the PDC (as the defualt domain user doesn't have the right to sync the time of the PC).
Here's a small batch file from Karanjit Sidhu that allows the administrator to remotely synchronize a workstation's time with the PDC (as the defualt domain user doesn't have the right to sync the time of the PC). By default, SMS requires its client to have a time sync of inside of 300 seconds to work efficiently with it.

To sync the workstation time with the PDC, the admin will need to copy or download the small batch file FixTime.bat from below. Also, he or she will need the utility PsExec.exe from Sysinternals.com (direct download link for PSExec.exe). The admin will also require a temp Domain Admin account which can be disabled when not in use.

Download the FixTime.bat file.

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The contents of the batch file are as follows:


===FixTime.bat===

@echo off
If .%1==. goto syntax
:syntax
echo.
echo.
echo          % Invaild Argument %
echo.
echo.
echo          Syntax :
echo          Fixtime \\MachineName
echo.
echo.
goto end

rem
rem Please replace  with username of a Domain Admin
Account.
rem
rem Please replace  with password of the same account
rem

psexec %1 - u  -p -d c:\winnt\system32\net time
/domain: /set /y
goto end

:end
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