I can't seem to get our domain controller to synchronize to an outside time source. Our domain controller is server 2008 and is a virtual machine (HyperV). When I run w32tm /resync /nowait it says that it was successful, but the clock doesn't change to the correct time. Our time is off by about 10 minutes. I have verified that the issue is not with our firewall as I can connect and get time from an NTP server. All of our computers / servers have a setting in the group policy to sync to the domain controller(NT5DS). In our domain controller policy I have it set to NTP to windows time server. I've attached the results of w32tm /query /configuration. We have 2 domain controllers, both have time issues.
The last event viewer record for the time service shows this:
The time service is now synchronizing the system time with the time source time.windows.com,0x9 (ntp.m|0x9|0.0.0.0:123->20
I was curious if VMICTimeProvider was synching it to the host servers clock, so I adjusted the host servers clock to the correct time, did a resync, and it changed the domain controllers clock to the correct time for about 2 seconds, then switched it back ahead 10 minutes.
Thanks for any help!