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OCS Server Clock goes ahead by 20-30 minutes

Posted on 2014-04-09
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Our OCS Server has continually over last 3 days jumped ahead by 20-30 minutes causing the OCS users to not be allowed to log in bc of the Time CLock difference.  We have the registry settings on Server and workstations et to go off of NT5DS ( or watever it is lol ).  All other servers and workstations keep the sametime but this OCS Server has jumped fwd 3 days in a row.

ANy ideas?


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Premkumar Yogeswaran earned 500 total points
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Is there any error found in eventlog specific to time issue?

If not, It might be an issue with BIOS.... Check the server hardware for bios.

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Prem
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This is a virtual Machine.  The VM's get their info from the ESX Server and THeir OS is lynced to the same policy all other server and workstations are for getting Time.  I think if it were ESX hardware related wed see alot of other VM's that exists on this host experiencing the same issue.
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OK NM apparently after the upgrade to ESX 5.5 this partruclar host did not copy over its NTPs ettings.  We ste it back up and I think issue is resolved.

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