Nothing to install -- remote machines only have to be running Windows (XP or later)
Just run the 32-bit or 64-bit version of LMCHECK.EXE from any Windows machine.
— Target machines must be running Microsoft Networking (with NetBIOS-enabled) and respond to NetRemoteTOD queries.
NetBT is disabled by default on most current versions of Windows and must be re-enabled to use LMCheck.
— On recent versions of Windows, you must run the program as Administrator (right-click and choose Run As Administrator
from the context menu).
— The variance report generated by LMCheck cannot be as detailed or as accurate as
variance reports provided by the Domain Time II Manager
the Monitor Service
, or Domain Time II Audit Server
each of which use much more accurate time protocols and
sampling methods to measure the time differentials.
The Domain Time LMCheck test tool lets you roughly assess the current time of Windows machines on your network
quickly and easily. It uses the built-in LAN Manager NetRemote TOD (Time of Day) function to check the time on all the
machines in the browse list.
Click the Start button to perform the scan. Click the Save Results button to
pull the results up in Notepad so that you may save them wherever you wish.
Time variances from the machine on which you run LMCheck are calculated and displayed,
taking into account any network latencies. You may select the domain you wish to scan
from the drop-down list.
Although it is included as part of the licensed Domain Time II Management Tools, LMCheck itself is freeware, and can be downloaded
separately and freely distributed as long as the program is unmodified.