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Getting the system time of another machine on LAN

 

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Question:

How can I get the system time of another machine on Lan? Thanx


Answer:

Windows NT:

See API for function NetRemoteTOD

type
NET_API_STATUS = DWORD;

function NetRemoteTOD (UncServerName: LPCWSTR; BufferPtr: Pointer): NET_API_STATUS; stdcall;


Win 9x supports this in a 16bit library, so you either need to write an external 16bit application or you use thunking to call the 16bit DLL from your 32bit app.
There is a freeware unit QTthunk that I used years ago.. search the net for file thunks.zip

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