troubleshooting Question

offset Windows time after world clock sync

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Microsoft Legacy OSWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2008
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I have a server that synchronizes with one of the Rolex time servers.  I need to know if there is a way (and how) that i may be able to offset or advance our network time by 10 seconds.  so if the rolex shows 11:15.31  our server would show 11:15.41.  I need to do this for email scheduling purposes.  I could just remove the time sync and manually upkeep the time on a weekly basis, but i already have enough to do.  Any advice?  This is a Windows 2003 server, i can move the process over to a 2008 server if there would be any benefit.


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