We have three locations on two of them the time is off by 2 minutes which I understand is really not an issue. The third is off by 25 minutes. I went through the setting on our Main office and compared them to the one that is off by 25. I used kb/816042 and verified the setting were the same.
After I did a while ago, the the servers were very close in time for weeks. I was informed today that the one site is off by 25 minutes.
From all I've read over the years, a few minutes variance is to be expected.
So my question is what could be causing the one site to be off so much. And is there a better way to set the time than the KB I used.
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