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Event ID 593: Time Service corrected the clock error by XXX Seconds.

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When ever i reboot the server i get the Event generated with ID 593: Time Service corrected the clock error by XXX Seconds, and i see the change in the time on the event log stepping few secounds backwards. The NTP server configured is time-a.nist.gov Port 37.
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Question by:harishradhakrishna
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Hi

check that day light saving is enable on your server. if it is enable. then run the following command

C:\>net time /querysntp
 
C:\>net time /setsntp:time-b.nist.gov
 
C:\>net time /querysntp
 
C:\>net stop w32time

C:\>net start w32time


now check the eventviewer to verify if the problem still persists

revert back with output of the above command

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