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Hello and how is it? Question, I edited my ntp.conf file to point to my server and I ran xntpd program to sync the servers. However, the sync was lost. Now I when I run ntpq TimeServer I get a time out, but I am able to ping the server. I have also had success with snycn Windows server to this time server. Ideas?

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Your OS version please.
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That would help, sorry :) Tru64 UNIX V5.1B
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Thanks yuzh, but I was just being a goober. I finaly figured out that that in Sysman I was not configuring the dameon right to run. It is running and looking good. :)
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