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Increasing time difference between Windows Server 2003 and time.nist.gov even after explicitly syncing time

I have synced the time of my server to time.nist.gov. This server communicates with a client’s server which is also synced with time.nist.gov. After noting that we seemed to be out of sync with the ...
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Windows time service on Windows 2003 Server DC that provides RAS

The scenario: A Windows 2003 Server, that is the only DC in the network (192.168.1.10/24), is configured to synchronise its time from another NTP-Server (Linux machine with radio clock, IP ...
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Blocking ntp client from listening

I have been trying to build and configure ntp clients and server, and used this line in the ntp.conf for the clients: restrict default ignore Still, I see that my client is listening on the local ...
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Building a local time server

I am trying to install a time server on a local Ubuntu machine, so other servers in my network would sync with it. We have decided to install our own time server, rather than letting each server ...
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Security issues with NTPD

I want to sync some two dozen Linux servers which are spread all over the world. I was thinking about using NTPD, but I want to know the security implications of using it: Is there a possible ...