Yes, but you will need a third-party utility to do so. I have this exact issue with a Windows 2000 server that I manage remotely, and the way I have handled it is by installing a program called Net Time, by Peter Silar ( http://www.slunecnice.cz/product/Net-Time/). The program is freeware and is extremely flexible.
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