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Server can not time Sync with TMG Server

Posted on 2014-11-25
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          I have a TMG server located in DMZ network with subnet 192.168.81.x, and i could sync with external time server directly to this TMG Server (see the 1st screenshot below this is what our network infra look like), circle in red is the TMG server, and in the 10.141.101.x subnet network, all the client pc and dc located there, i would like the dc to sync time with the TMG server in DMZ, but i got problem (see screenshot2) it shows "Local CMOS Clock", and bottom screenshot is the rule from internal firewall ASA5510, i have NTP enabled in this rule, any idea why i cant sync time from the dc to the TMG server ?


Keith



 time sync2


time sync


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Can't see an issue with the commands you ran. Does this DC hold the PDC Emulator role?

Try running w32tm /resync /nowait /rediscover then run w32tm /query /source

If it's still showing as Local CMOS Clock then run w32tm /query /configuration and paste the results here.
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the TMG server with ip 192.168.81.242 is not a DC server, and the Server that I ran this command is a DC server,





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it works now after i setup our NAT router become a time server
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