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Active Directory Time Synchronisation - Time-Service Event ID 50

I have an Active Directory domain with two DCs. The first DC in the forest/domain is Server 2012, the second is 2008 R2. The first DC holds the PDC Emulator role. I sporadically receive a warning ...
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1answer
661 views

Setting domain computers Time\Timezone from Domain controller

I have found that we can set Computers in domain to Sync Time from Domain Controller. Similarly is it possible to control Domain controllers time zone(set\Change) from Domain controller.
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Windows Server 2012 DC loses time sync after reboot/dcpromo

I'm currently experiencing an issue that has baffled me for the past few days as none of my searches here or google yielded in any positive results. Our current environment has 19 sites with as many ...
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1answer
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How to change time source from “Local CMOS Clock” to “DC”

In a domain, I want to set DC as time server. To do that I use this command: w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:europe.pool.ntp.org /syncfromflags:manual /reliable:yes /update and w32tm /resync ...
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3answers
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Should I timesync against PDC Emulator or NTP timesource? (PDC not in hub)

I know the best practice would be to have the PDC Emulator to sync against an external NTP time source, and have all other domain controllers sync against the PDC Emulator. However, my network layout ...
2
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1answer
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Domain Time Issue

I have 2 DC's. One is virtual, one is physical. The time on my domain is running fast. I suspect this is due to one of the DC's being virtual. How can I set the domain to use the physical DC as the ...
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2answers
259 views

Configuring time sync on domain

I have an AD domain (2 dcs single domain) and a number of member servers. I need to configure time synchronisation so that everything is in sync. There is a lot of fluff on this topic. Does anyone ...
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Time synch in AD

Is it possible to force exactly same time to all clients in AD? If yes how can I do that?
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1answer
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Windows 2008 R2 Time Sync Between DCs

Our domain has three domain controllers, two of which are Windows 2008 R2, with a third that runs 2003 R2. DC1 (2008 R2, PDC Emulator, Syncs with external time source) DC2 (2008 R2) DC3 (2003 R2) ...
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2answers
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'This server's clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller's clock' when accessing shared drive

This is so weird I feel compelled to ask for advice. I have a handful of workstations who are receiving time from a GPS timeclock. The PDC has the default domain policy set to use the GPS timeclock ...
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3answers
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Solution to time shifting requirement in Active Directory

I currently have an active directory that has several child domains (consisting of nothing other than a DC and bespoke application servers) set-up for testing our CRM software, as some of it is ...
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2answers
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Time not propagating to machines on Windows domain

We have a two-domain Active Directory forest: ourcompany.com at the root, and prod.ourcompany.com for production servers. Time is propagating properly through the root domain, but servers in the child ...
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2answers
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Domain Controller time is 7 minutes fast

I have a Server 2008 R2 domain controller running in VM on Hyper-V that is 7 minutes fast which I need to fix. I understand that this maybe down to the DC running in VM's. What I would like to know ...