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    Getting date/time from remote server


    I have an application that runs off deadlines. I had been using the system date/time off the users computer. But now some of them are merely changing the clocks on there PC to get around it.

    Is there another option that I can explore?

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    Had a look at both of the links, what happens if you do not know the name of the server that the application is a part of?

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcrake View Post
    RG

    Had a look at both of the links, what happens if you do not know the name of the server that the application is a part of?

    David
    I guess I would send Google out to find another link.
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