This is an Edit - according to the comments, I may have not been understood/
- I have a Windows 2003 Domain
- PDC Emulator is enabled and working correctly on my DC
- I have a GPO that is NOT working correctly
- I WANT my clients to sync with the PDC Emulator that is on my DC (W2K3)
- I want my DC to sync with an external NTP server
This is the GPO that is currently the NTP GPO
Policy Setting Configure Windows NTP Client Enabled NtpServer 0.asia.pool.ntp.org,0x1 Type NT5DS CrossSiteSyncFlags 2 ResolvePeerBackoffMinutes 15 ResolvePeerBackoffMaxTimes 7 SpecialPollInterval 3600 EventLogFlags 0 Policy Setting Enable Windows NTP Client Disabled
If I simply disable the linked NTP GPO - Will my clients return to the default settings (assuming a gpupdate /force is needed) - Will they return - actually they will continue to sync to/with the same server, but just with NO GPO. - Is that correct?
If the answer to Q1 is NO, is there anything special I need to do on the domain?
Question 2: (sorry for not opening a new question)
I discovered that I have this line on our domain profile login script (login.cmd) set in the login script for the profile of each user:
REM ----------------------------------- Set Local time to domain time net time /domain:domainserver /set /y
Should/Can I delete it? I think it's a legacy command that was left. please advise, thanks
Thank you, I hope this edit cleared some points.