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using cisco router as an ntp server for windows server

I have configured my cisco 1800 router for NTP and it is working well. I would like to know if I can point my DC to this router for NTP? I want just one Server(DC) to point to this router to get it's time, then all pc's anfd other servers will point to the DC for their time. Can this be done?
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Neil2526
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that1guy15Commented:
Yes, When configuring the DC to point to a NTP source just use the IP address of the router. The DC will then poll the 1800 for time and them propagate the time down to all domain members.
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DonbooCommented:
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