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comment Time on Windows Server 2003 off by ten minutes
That log is from the DC not a client, although I suppose its possible that the DC is getting updated from somewhere else. How do I work this out though? I can't run /query because I think thats a Server 2008 only command. When I try to run it I get "Command /query is unknown"
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comment Time on Windows Server 2003 off by ten minutes
pastebin.com/az9J3f9s
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comment Time on Windows Server 2003 off by ten minutes
When the DC syncs with the NTP, it updates exactly 10minutes ahead of the actual time
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comment Time on Windows Server 2003 off by ten minutes
The DC is ten minutes fast and this gets pushed to all the clients. If I manually change the time on server or clients it will stick for about 15minutes and then it changes (presumably when it syncs to NTP) to 10mins fast.
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