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What is the best way to get all servers clock insync

I manage 3 locations and all the servers have different clock times.  It's most annoying when a user logs on to Citrix and their computer clock is 3 minutes different than the Citrix server.  I'm using the net time  /setsntp:servername command but there's got to be a better way to this so they are all insync.
All locations have a 2008 DC
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Can you clarify your example with exactly what I would use?  I'm guessing somewhere in the command should be our domain name?  laspca.corp
I obviously don't want to have to do this to every server and workstation.  If there a GPO?
I like to use a GPO with a WMI filter to set the PDCe to use an external NTP, and let the domain hierarchy do the rest.

http://adfordummiez.com/?p=67

It's easy to configure, no extra work if you move the PDCe role to another DC, and it don't tattoo the registry.