how do I look up my "time synch and source for time snch on a w2k3 server?

Is this a dos command?  thanks.
Sp0ckyAsked:
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smckellar83Commented:
I use Atomic Clock to do this job on my 2003 servers
http://www.download.com/Atomic-Clock-Sync/3000-2350-10061823.html

also see this NTP tutorial for 2003
http://djdingo.com/ntptutorial.html

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mwoolmanCommented:
net time /setsntp
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Sp0ckyAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  I am not looking to set it..I am looking to be able to view it and where it is synching..
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mwoolmanCommented:
net time /querysntp
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Sp0ckyAuthor Commented:
arent all member servers of a domain configured to use the dc for this?  otherwise the time would be wayy off right?
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Sp0ckyAuthor Commented:
I got "time.windows.com " on several servers.
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mwoolmanCommented:
That is correct. So you going to need to set one of your dc's to point at some external time source using either the atomic clock or similiar software as smckellar83 suggested or use net time /setsntp to point at an external time server.
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Sp0ckyAuthor Commented:
ok so last dumb question..why?  the dcs are keeping time themselves so it seems.  thanks.
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mwoolmanCommented:
There is a more technical answer but as I understand it this is part of the windows time service is going to keep dc,member servers and workstations are going to try and keep in sync.
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Sp0ckyAuthor Commented:
Thanks man!
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