We have a PDCe that all our internal environment gets it's time from. It happens to be a VM and one time the NTP client on my host stopped running and the time on this PDCe was off and started handing out faulty time.
I am wondering how to avoid this situation? I have my PDCe setup to NTP to time.gov but it still got the time it appears from the host. What are the best practices and how do you have it setup?
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