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31 August, 16:48

You're the network administrator for several Windows Server 2016 servers in New York. Your company just opened an office in California, and you sent one of the servers to the new office. The server was up and running within 2 days after you sent it. Now you're having authentication problems between the server in California and the domain controllers in New York. There's nothing wrong with the WAN connection, and you never had problems with the California server before, which seems to operate okay in every other way. What's a possible cause of this problem?

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  1. 31 August, 17:40
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    The time zone on the California server needs to be changed.

    Explanation:

    A user seems to be the admin in Nyc over several servers running on the following Windows Server. His firm has just established a California branch, so transfer some of the servers to that of the new firm. Its server had been fully operational in less than 2 days of the user sending it. Now that the user has issues in authenticating between both the California server and the Nyc domain controllers.

    So, the following issues are occurring in authenticating the servers of both places because the timezone of both places is different and they need to change the time zone on the California server.
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