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Domain member as ntp server for other (non-domain) network

I am attempting to synchronize the date and time for a number of computers belonging to a non-domain, statically configured network (e.g. computer B in illustration) with a node which is residing in a ...
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1answer
607 views

Manually syncing comp clock with DC works, but after a minute - clock incorrect by 5 minutes

The problem: DC1 Clock: 17:23 AD joined client clock: 17:28 After client> w32tm /resync time is in sync, but the clock again jumps forward for 5 minutes for client. It always happens in less ...
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510 views

Sync clock on Windows XP machine to external (non-domain, non-workgroup) Windows Server 2008 R2 machine

I have two machines and I'd like their clocks to be in sync for various reasons. Machine 1 is an XP machine located in the office. Machine 2 is a VPS hosted by a third party running Windows Server ...
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2answers
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Timekeeping between various Windows computers on network (but not all)

I have a situation where I have the following setup: ============Primary Network=============== = = Bridging Server = ...
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1answer
115 views

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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1answer
793 views

Correct time drift throughout entire Windows domain

I have done a lot of research but failed to find a reliable answer to our problem. The short story is our entire Windows domain is running 35 minutes slow. I.e. servers and workstations. I think ...
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4answers
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Anybody tried to use graphic card as a precision clock on a Windows server?

I am thinking (constantly) how to make my server be synchronised better than it is. I run some cheap app which syncs me with some stratum 2 server on the colo and drift is about 1-2 ms per 10 sec ...
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2answers
553 views

How to synchronize windows server date/time?

I administer multiple Windows servers. One issue I have is that the time gets out of sync, and this becomes noticeable over a week or so. For example, my app server system time could be different ...
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Why are my servers clock out of sync?

The domain time is now out of sync by 4 mins and its getting on my nerves, I ran a quick check to see if I could determine how much it was out by exactly and got this back: H:\>w32tm /stripchart ...
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2answers
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Windows 7 machines won't sync time

I configured my Windows Server 2008 box as an authoritative time server using the instructions here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816042 Port 123 is open for incoming and outgoing connections on ...
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4answers
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How to set a frequent period for NTP client to sync with the NTP server

I've setup an NTP client for my DC to sync time with time.windows.com but I want it to query the NTP server at least twice a day. I made all the changes via the registry, is there a period registry I ...
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2answers
6k views

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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7answers
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Hyper-V Machine drifts time all over, even with NTP

Resolved The problem was Hyper-V on that machine. I removed Hyper-V, installed VMware Server, ran the same VM. Time sync issues went away (< 100ms difference after a day). My setup is like this: ...
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3answers
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Best way to synchronise the time on a Windows 2008 Server

I have a small Windows domain (all servers running Windows 2008), with a single Windows 2008 Domain Controller. What is the best way to synchronise the time across all servers with an Internet Time ...