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time going out of sync

Posted on 2009-05-06
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hello all
server 2008 does not have the option to sync the time with a time server that i can see.
mt DNS servers on reboot pick up the time a few mins out and this then is passed down to clients and the most important Staff Clocking in and out machine.

Is there anyway to set up the server to get its time from somewhere as the option has disappeared since i set them up as DC's

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816042

This should work for server 2008 also.
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try using w32tm with /sync, point it to the DC and see.
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by:Seanie_
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Hi there
is there not a program i can purchase to keep time in sync for Server 2008?
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