Registry Changes with GPO
I have several hundred Wyse WinTerm Thin Client boxes that I am trying to
tame. (Why we have these units is another question, don't ask) My first task
is to get the time to sync up with the DC. I have a group policy that sets
wallpaper and screensaver on these units with no problem. I have tried to
get the time to sync but I have found a registry setting on these units that
needs to be changed.
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\Parameters\Type needs to be
NT5DS. The current setting is NoSync. If I manually change it from NoSync
to NT5DS the time syncs up great. But I don't want to have to visit all 450
units! Isn't this what Group Policy was designed to do? How can I make this
registry change using Group Policy?
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