NTP server on Windows 2003


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.

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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
Depending on what flavor of inux the path may vary, configure the ntp.conf file to point to the windows server above.

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