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The good news is: When configured correctly, you can use the Windows split second velocity key code Time (W32Time) service as an sntp/NTP server for both windows and non-windows sntp/NTP clients.
Locate and then click the following registry subkey: in the right pane, right-click, enabled, and then click.You can check snapshots.Locate and then click the following registry entry: in the right pane, right-click, announceFlags, and then click.Well as NTP query is from network prospective small / light I have decided to make this check and sync once per hour (3600 seconds).Then this is how you will write the command: w32tm /config /computer:m /manualpeerlist:m /syncfromflags:manual /update.Tips, make sure W32Time is set to Automatic startup mode.Well where do we set up this?At the command prompt, type the following command to restart the Windows Time service, and then press enter: net stop w32time net start w32time.In the, edit dword Value dialog box, type 1 under, value data, and then click.
Okay solved it, was just a matter of syntax, this is the default command from the microsoft site.
This should get you setup with minimal registry hack impact.
Zip Hope that helps, Brian Chavez.During regular check of my Hyper-V hosts (Windows servers 2008 (R2) I have seen that some of them have time out of sync even if all of them have configured external NTP source (I am using pool.So suppose you server name (PDC name) is: mynewdomaincontroller1 and your domain name is:.Gee, setting up an sntp/NTP server in Windows is not intuitive.But by default Windows is making NTP query and correction every 7 days (604800 seconds.In order for it to execute you have to get rid of the " " and enter the name of you PDC with the domain name like "mainname".Make sure UDP 123 is allowed through your firewall.Use this, internetTime program to help you debug connectivity to your sntp/NTP server.Ntp.org in my case.The key that you need to change is located in: change from 604800 to 3600 (1 hour for example) And restart Windows Time service.W32tm /config /manualpeerlist:m /syncfromflags:manual /update.Here's how to do it: Click, start, click, run, type regedit, and then click.