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Hi,

I have a domain member (running Windows 7 on Bootcamp) PC keeps sending ntp to time.apple.com. How can I set this computer to get time from Windows server?
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by:Thomas Grassi
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Use regedit

Windows Time                                    
HKLM>System>CurrentControlSet>Services>W32Time>Parameters                                    
NTPServer      192.168.69.24                                                                                       ip address of your server                               
Type      NTP            


restart the windows time service

or from cmd prompt   w32tm /resync
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by:Educad
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Is there another way of doing this? I have not done this on other PCs, is there any particular reason this is happening only one PC?
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by:Thomas Grassi
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The above is the best way

You could setup a domain policy also.
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This was due to Apple time service running on Windows. I disabled the service and the problem disappeared.
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Answer was not given to the problem
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