How to use psexec to remotely update machines time (from domain)?

In my previous posts you can find info how to install psexec. When you’re already done with this process, you can start updating clock settings on remote machines.

Set time

psexec64 -s /user:domain\user -i \\remote_ip net time \\domain_controller /set /y

Will output:

Bieżąca godzina na \\domain_controller to 2018-08-28 09:55:00.

At least in polish Windows 😀

Check time

psexec64 -s /user:domain\user -i \\remote_ip cmd /c time /t

Will output:

11:18

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How to change priority on Windows scheduled task using Powershell?

By default Windows setups task priority in scheduler to 7 (which is kinda low). The side effect of this is that for eg. backups are taking very long to take. In my case all databases were backed up in about 40-50 minutes…

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