|I am having trouble logging on to a machine on our domain. When the user enters there username and password and click logon they get the following logon message:|
The current time on this computer and the current time on the network are different. For more about date/time properties, see help and support. To logon, contact your network administrator.
Well, I am the administrator and i don't know what is going on. I tried to get around it by unplugging the network cable and logging on using stored credentials, which allowed me to access the system and then i plugged the network cable back in, but the special software we need to use on the computer doesn't work because the computer isn't logged on to the domain, which is a real pain.
I thought after logging on locally or trying the above and restarting the computer would resolve the problem but it didn't. every time i try to logon to the domain i get that message. I have even tried different usernames and logging on as administrator but that has no effect. This is the only computer out of 50 pc's that does this.
Does anyone know what may be going on?