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Hi All.

I want to configure the Windows 2003Server as a Ntp Server (Network Time)
and then specify a few windows embedded boxes to sync to the 2003 server.

Please note that the Windows 2003 Server is NOT the PDC and I can't make it the PDC.

Thanx in advance.


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