Clock not updating
Next you can be sure that the proper date and time are always accurate on the i Phone and i Pad by making sure the time zone adjusts with your location.
This is a setting that is usually enabled by default but some users may have inadvertently turned it off, thus it’s worth a look in i OS: The clock should set immediately any time the time zone changes by location.
Make sure the i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch is connected to the internet in some form, whether it’s wi-fi or a cellular connection.
This is necessary to keep the device consistently updated to the most accurate date.
This approach automatically sets the date and time in i OS, it uses an internet time server to correct an improper time and display the proper date and time on the device in question: Automatic date and time setting works by pulling the exact time and date, accurate down to seconds, from remote time servers that are hosted by Apple and other time keeping entities.
This is highly recommended to use the time zone and automatic time keeping operation enabled, particularly if you ever travel out of your time zone, as it will determine the new time and date automatically when the location changes.
Including the July security patch from a couple of days ago. I don't have any special applications running that should customize my battery behaviour (like Greenify). Make sure you're not using Greenify or some other app to hibernate your apps. The time in between was rather important, because if I did it immediately there was no problem.
This works fine, but do note it will not change if your time zone adjusts.
It is highly recommended to use the automatic time zone setting if you want the proper time to display on the i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch.
Additionally, it is recommended to use the Time Zone location service to be sure the device updates itself automatically with i OS location detection, correcting the time as needed whenever it strays.
There are also four domain controllers in the organization, two running Windows Server 2003 R2 in one office (office A), and two running Windows Server 2008 R2 at the other (office B). The two offices use an MPLS connection to communicate.
The client computers in office A are not syncing their time with any of the domain controllers.