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hi its me again. i have tried everything to get all 3 clocks to be the same. i set clock in fc4 and than my xp clock was off i wanna say something like 6 hrs. than i got set xp clock to right time nad fc4 clock is off about 6hrs. i changed the bios clock back to right time but its still doing it. is there a reason why they wont work together i am on est in usa if that helps. ive tried utc but at i have tried everything i can think of and everything ive seen on other posts. plz help me
boxerboy--I think we were working on the audit daemon problem and you were able to find the Bugzilla numbers. Anyway, I have no idea if this will help you, but I also had the same clock problem and I went into system settings=>date/time and enabled the network time protocol daemon using the default time networks. I clicked OK and the clock was set perfectly. I hope you are able to find the solution.