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Re: Linux script on Windows to chjange Date and Time



FYI (slight off topic but not entirely):

When Windows (any version) boots, it uses the hardware clock to set its time and it *always* believes this clock to be your local time.

So be careful with your dual boot computers. Linux may set your hardware clock to UTC, which will confuse Windows.

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Fernando Lozano wrote:
Hi Tom,


NET TIME needs the user to confirm the change, keying "y". Do you know
any means of swtiching this confirmation off, so I can use NET TIME from
windows login scripts?

net time \\foggy /set /y
Season to taste. You should really ask this on a windoze list though.


The "/y" switch is undocumented, FYI.

And, if you use Fedora to host a samba server for windows clients, I see
no problem asking questions about login scripts samba will provide to
those clients. After all, this is sysadmin job also.

[]s, Fernando Lozano



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