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get network time

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hallo,

waht is the way to get the network time in Autoit.

I will compare the Networktime and the local PC time.

Fabian

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Hi,

local time is no problem, but where do you get the network time from? Manually?

So long,

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

You could use the network logon to set all times the same - Compared to one server and have that server check its time from the internet (google time sync - and you will find Atomic)

NET TIME \\SERVERNAME /SET /YES

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Two computers both inside local area network~~

A is a host computer,

B is a client.

what compare the Network time B to A PC time????

help me~!!!

Does not use NET command or third party software.

thanks~!

Edited by YOUF

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Why can nobody explain?

Request help!~

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ohhh i just understeanded had your saying, i think so.

Your pc (:) cant see the pc (A) in localnetwork??? right???

you got a router???

the problem can simply be done if pc A - B is connected to the same router, as in my home you internet stick is connectet to another router and then a stick gos to the main router.

look if your pc (:( has a stick connected with another router first.

i mean like if the stick go from your pc and to a router and then to the main router, then you dont got connection with the other pc becouse your connected with another router first then the mainrouter.

that was all.

i think it's right for it worked for me :D.


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simply you network stick need's to be connected direct to the main router as the A pc


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simply you network stick need's to be connected direct to the main router as the A pc


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>>| |My scripts: |Warcraft lll auto login -- an auto login to warcraft lll ;) |Wow auto login -- an auto login to wow ;) | |---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>>|

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Local area network,

Two computers both in local area network, identical webpage~!

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help~!

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