There seems to be a MASSIVE confusion with setting time in freenas... I now have 2 freenas boxes that have now decided that "b'active Directory Failed to Reload" is the only thing they are going to give me with regards to retrieving Active Directory information.... When researching freeBSD and freenas it seems there is a BIOS/SYSTEM clock and a freenas software clock? IDK but one you can set and the other you cannot? again IDK because the real inner workings are a mystery and the only thing anyone can tell you is "UTC" whatever the hell that means... its not even a time zone and I cannot set all of my servers to UTC and expect to work 10 hours behind the rest of the world here.... My question is, if freenas shows the EXACT time in the GUI... the command 'ntpdate -q mydomain.com' shows an offset of 0.05101 then why the hell does the active directory software in freenas say "Clock Skew To Great" and if it thinks the clock skew is to great then how the hell am I suppose to SET IT!