Dx0D: Time rolling back in BIOS, drops off domain
Our Company uses Wyse model D90D7 with Windows 7 embedded standard. We have a couple hundred units connecting to terminal servers via RDP.
We've had a reoccurring problem where the Wyse unit receives "cannot logon, no logon servers available" when starting up (we have a auto-logon script that logs onto the domain, then the users hit the RDP shortcut to start their sessions)
We discovered the Wyse units where dropping off the domain because the time was incorrect, the BIOS reports the time 4 hours (to the minute) behind the current time. When the BIOS is set to the current time, Windows still reports time as an hour off. To fix this we are reimaging the Wyse units.
Anyone else having this issue? I have done a bit of internet searching but can't find the issue anywhere. Any suggestions would be helpful!
Since you don't mention it, you may want to check the time zone on the thin client.
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Thanks for the reply! We actually did check this, just forgot to mention it. The time zone is set to +0 (UTC, London). Our company is based in Suffolk, UK. Time zone doesn't change when the time "breaks" in the BIOS.