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Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V time sync issues

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I have a server 2008 R2 running Hyper-V role and 3 virtual servers, two of which are DC. DC1 runs the PDC and I have used it to sync time servers.  But, I noticed the time is running 2 minutes slow.  This is the third time I have had to re-sync the time. I have disabled time synchronization on integration services on all servers.
Thanks for your help
John
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Hum, I've had the same problem as you, but, disabling the time sync, at integration services and running w32tm /resync /rediscover in all DCs presenting the issue, have just fixed.

Where your DC is getting the correct time? A external Time server at the internet?

What in the result of your w32tm /monitor command (please, hide your dc names heh...)???
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Hi

I did resync  rediscover  and it synced the time.  It is getting time from the internet. An external server.

I attach result of /rediscover.

Thanks
John
W32monitor.txt
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figured it out
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