If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.Many registry entries for the Windows Time service are the same as the Group Policy setting of the same name.
Every desktop computer keeps the correct time even when it is turned off by using a simple 3V Lithium battery cell (CR2032).
But this is not a rechargeable battery cell, so it stops working after a year or so.
Your clock will automatically synchronize with the domain controller instead.
You will still be able to use Option Two to manually sync with your domain controller at any time.
If after rebooting the computer the date and time have to be set again your CMOS battery is bad and you need to replace the CMOS battery. See our date command page for further information and examples.
Setting the date through MS-DOS or the Windows command line is accomplished via use of the date command. Setting the time through MS-DOS or the Windows command line is accomplished via use of the time command.
configuration tool, which allows you to change the date and time of the system, to configure the time zone used by the system, and to set up the Network Time Protocol daemon to synchronize the system clock with a time server.
argument date accepts the date and time in many formats. When the system boots, it has no concept of absolute time and will populate the system time with the date and time read from the hardware clock, thus to ensure that the time set using date is kept across reboots it has to be saved to the hardware clock.
But what if you want to sync your time automatically, with the servers more frequently – like say daily?