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May be out of topic, a local Stratum 2 server requires connection to a Stratum 1 server and within your isolated network, you don't have one. You can get a cheap GPS module and an Raspberry Pi, a single-board computer with minimal power consumption and ample interfacing capability. Hook your GPS module to the Raspberry Pi and join the Pi into your network, ...


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Older versions of Windows Server uses SNTP, which while similar, is not the exact same thing as NTP. You will need a 3rd party package such as the one mentioned by mdpc to provide highly accurate NTP service. Another package available is Tardis 2000, which would provide an accurate NTP service as well. Please see this document for an explaination, and ...


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I have successfully used a pre-compiled and packaged NTP client for Windows for several years. It IS the standard reference NTP package that is used by nearly all Linux systems for time synchronization including the configuration file. It properly installs itself as a service AND disables the default windows time sync. It is located at ...


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It looks to me like you've got a DNS problem. I don't think there's anything FSMO-related really happening. Start by making sure that the AOBVADC001 machine is getting good DNS resolution for the domain.


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Set up a pool of ntp servers to be used internally (2-5 servers is appropriate in a small organization). Have each of them synchronize to external servers (and other time sources if applicable). Have each of the servers in your pool specify the other servers in your pool as peers. Finally configure your internal hosts to use the servers in your own pool of ...



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