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Windows server 2003 time is runnig 10 mints fast

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all windows server 2003 time is runnig 10 minuites fast  then actual time,

 i think all servers Timing is syncing from Domain controller which is not connected to the internet.
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by:WallD
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Assuming your Dc time is correct ry running this from a commmand prompt
net time /domain:[domainname]
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Dear WALLD

my DC time also running 10 mints fast thenactual time
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If you set the time on the DC it should propagate to the servers.
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Many time i set the time but after same time it goes 10 mints fast
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It sounds like you're not setting the time on the DC that hold the PDC Emulator FSMO role.  You should set your PDC to synch from an external Tier2 or preferably Tier1 NTP server in your country.  Your ISP should be able to provide details on their own time servers.
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Run the following on your PDC

C:\> w32tm /config /syncfromflags:manual /manualpeerlist:”0.asia.pool.ntp.org 1.asia.pool.ntp.org 2.asia.pool.ntp.org” /update /reliable:yes
C:\> w32tm /resync

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I picked the pools located throughout Asia based on the timezone listed in your profile.  If your server is not in Arabia Standard Time, it might be best to pick a pool that is geographically closer.
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got some hints
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