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ClockSync II

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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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If you have two or more Macintoshes, you probably notice that the clocks drift apart as time goes by. This can range from being a minor nuisance to a problem, especially if you do a lot of synchronizing between the Macintoshes. ClockSync II synchronizes the clocks between two or more Macintoshes, by setting the clocks of the "Servant" Macintoshes to that of a "Master" Macintosh.

ClockSync has two components. The ClockSync Master runs continuously on the "Master" Macintosh, while the ClockSync Servant can be run on any other Macintosh on the network to update its time.

ClockSync is especially handy when Daylight Saving Time adjustments need to be made. All you need to do is change it on the Master; the Servants will be automatically updated when the connect to the Master.