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Re: Linux script on Windows to chjange Date and Time



Hi Fernando,

2006/9/29, Tom Diehl <tdiehl rogueind com>:
On Fri, 29 Sep 2006, Fernando Lozano wrote:

> Alessandro,
>
>> My be the simple and faster way is to elect one or two of your Linux
>> box to run ntpd and to sync time from the internet. Then in the M$Win
>> box uset the NET TIME command to point to the Linux box.
>
>
> 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.

Regards,

Tom pointed out the correct form; I'm not a M$Win guru at all and I
recalled back in Win2000 no question was posed. Sorry for the delay.

--
Alessandro Brezzi


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