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Time on domain controller wont update with NTP server

Posted on 2014-12-22
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I have my DC to sync with 0.uk.pool.ntp.org.  Currently the time on the server is 10 minutes out, therefore all PC's / phones are also 10 minutes wrong.

I go onto the dc and run w32tm /resync and I can see the correct time set on the server for about 2 seconds, then it jumps forward to the wrong time again.

I have attached the settings from regedit.
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Question by:CaptainGiblets
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by:Leon Kammer
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Hi,

Have a look in Group Policy.  

Open the GPO Editor
Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Windows Time Service
Enable both client and server
Configure the NTP client.

Link this policy to the DC.

HTH
Cheers

Leon
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Mr Woober earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Is this by any case and VM ?

If its a VM, navigate to your vSphere/webclient and look under Edit Settings - Options - Vmware Tools - is "Synchronize time with host" enabled ?
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by:CaptainGiblets
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Can't believe i didnt think of that! Was hyper-v passing the time from a server. Thanks for your help.
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by:Ajay Kumar Burra
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Hi,
If you have the problem with the Time, then you have to update the Time Service of root Domain. Here is a link related to Update of NTP Server.

update_NTP
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