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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tcur89, Jan 30, 2013.

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  1. tcur89

    tcur89 Thread Starter

    Jan 30, 2013
    Hello everyone, Im new to the site and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Travis im 23 years old from Texas I graduate this year with my networking degree and I am already working in the field. My question is actually xp and 7 both but I think if we solve the xp I can get the 7 to cooperate. I have made a batch file with the contents net time \\jupiter /set /yes jupiter is the server I am wanting each computer to sync its clocks with. I set this .bat in the folder to run at startup. Only problem is it has to be a elevated command prompt. Is there some way I can fix this or another method I can use to get the clocks to sync? Thank you, Travis
  2. user2339


    Apr 1, 2012
    Hi Travis,
    I do not understand why you want to use a .bat file to do this. There are many excellent and free PC clock
    sychroniser-apps to download. Most can be set to run at start-up and hide in the system tray.
    Search on the net for eg PC Clock Synchronise Program
  3. throoper

    throoper Trusted Advisor

    Jan 20, 2007
    Shouldn't be any problem running the BAT on XP. Just drop a shortcut to the file in the startup folder under the Administrator account.
    If needed on Win7, go into it's Properties and set it to run as Administrator.
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