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I would like to sych my server 2003 Callmanager (stand alone) with my local PDC

Posted on 2012-04-08
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I have tried to sync my stand alone windows servers with my PDC of the local domain, but it doesn't seem to take.  Here is a copy of my configuration for the ntp.conf file

server 214.13.192.1             # Set Local Clock to Authoritive Time Source
fudge 214.13.192.1  stratum 5      # Resets Stratum from default 3 to 5
driftfile C:\WINNT\system32\drivers\etc\ntp.drift      # path for drift file

here is the contents of my NTP drift
24.575

When I try to ping the PDC its fine but when I use the net time \\command (PDC ip address)I get the following

system error 5 has occured
access is denied
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Cris Hanna earned 500 total points
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when you say the call manager server is standalone...are you saying it is not joined to the domain that your "PDC" controls?
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