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What command is used to change the time in the internal server clock in win 8 server edition?

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Hi Dan!

You can change the time in Server 2012 (the server version that correlates to Windows 8) in two ways:

- Clicking on the clock and changing it in date/time settings (you can also change the server to which it synchs here).
- Command line:  simply type in the word "time" to receive a prompt to change the time, or "date" to change the date.

Feel free to contact me with any questions or clarifications.

Good luck!

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