Are you referring to NTP ??

On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 11:56 AM, jmmckee <jmmckee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From a DOS command line, I can perform some simple tasks on another
computer. One, for example, is net time \\computername

Is there a way of doing this on the i?

We have a service on a Windows server that needs to be nudged at apparently
random intervals. On that specific server, a service is stopped and
restarted. We have a program on the i that can indicate whether the remote
computer service needs to be nudged. What I would like to do is have that
program be able to do that nudging. But, that appears to be based on
understanding what happens when a net time \\computername is performed. Is
that command using a networking function that the i does not have?

John McKee
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