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How to synchronize the clock of a windows server 2003 domain server?

My server keeps losing a few seconds per week. I would like to automatically sync without the need for manual intervention

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Need more info. Is the server part of a Domain? What OS is the server running? etc... –  murisonc Aug 4 '11 at 0:58
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Your... server. Your Windows XP... server. I keep saying it, and it still keeps making no sense. –  womble Aug 4 '11 at 1:00
    
XP and 2003 time settings at the same... Dupe. Also, @deltanovember "17% accept rate" might want to work on that. –  Chris S Aug 4 '11 at 3:22
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marked as duplicate by Shane Madden, Chris S, Skyhawk, Janne Pikkarainen, Sam Aug 5 '11 at 10:25

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To update windows XP time, you only need to double-click on the clock, click on internet time tab, select to auto-sync and fill the box with a time server (time.windows.com for example).

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