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STTING MASTER TIME

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Does NT have a way to correct it's time and sync with all the BDCs and PDC?

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by chriswales In reply to STTING MASTER TIME

Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Resource Kit includes the utility Timeserv.exe file that allows for the synchronization of the Windows NT server with any of the public time servers.

You can then set the "timeserver" as your network time server orrun the utility on all the bdc's to sync with a public time server.

Reference technet article Q232255 for more information on configuring this.

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by curlergirl In reply to STTING MASTER TIME

Actually, you should use the W32time.exe program instead of timeserv.exe. Timeserv.exe is an older version of the program that is actually not certified as Y2K compliant by Microsoft, although I have used it in the past couple of years and it worksfor the most part. Anyway, W32time.exe does work more reliably. Hope this helps!

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