I've set up a scheduled task on my W2K-SP4 machine which runs `w32tm -once` periodically, but I've noticed that the time is not being synced to my linux ntp box running ntpd.
My W2K box's clock seems to be running fast, and when I run w32tm the ouptut contains:
"Skewing for backwards, badj, btime = <nnnnn> <nnnnn>"
I'm assuming that it doesn't allow the time to be moved backwards, (is badj "Bad Jump"?)
However, if I manually change the time to 2 hours ahead of time, and run w32tm, it syncs ok.
(Actually, I kept moving the time ahead by a minute at at a time, and resyncing. I found the w32tm syncs if the client time is 4 min or more in the future
Is there any way of forcing w32tm to change the time (I've tried the -s switch but it doesn't make a difference)