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NTP server on Windows 2003

Hi,

Do you guys know of an easy way to setup an NTP server on a Windows 2003 SP1 server, so that all servers (Linux and Windows) in that network segment can use it?
All servers are standalone, no AD in that segment of network.

thanks.
Dan
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tl121000Commented:
You can serve up the time using the Server's own internal time from its clock or have the server act as a proxy on behalf of a atomic clock (external source).  I prefer the external method
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816042/ 
Depending on what flavor of inux the path may vary, configure the ntp.conf file to point to the windows server above.
http://www.timetools.co.uk/support/linux-ntp-configuration.htm 
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