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as a cron job run hourly will keep everthing n´sync.
ntpdate -s -t 20 -u ntp1.t-online.de ptbtime1.ptb.de ptbtime2.ptb.de
will syncronize your windows boxes with a Linux [kernel.org] box.
call net time \\server /set /yes
Last Modified: October 23, 1995 :(
NTP has been around for a long time, aims at keeping your clock within a few tens of milliseconds of true time. Probably overkill for a single box, so SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) was developed.
Lots of references in Google Directory [directory.google.com...]
I am currently still using a Win2K setup so I am not clear as to what is available on real computers, there are multiple SNTP clients for Win and there must be many for linux.
<added>NTP is (as I should have guessed) part of the redhat distribution, see [redhat.com...] </added>