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How to restar Windows time service without restarting cluster service?

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Hi,

I´ve a  failover windows cluster and need to restar windows time service bacause I´ve set new ntp values.. the proble is the windows cluster installed that is impossible to be stopped.

Any idea? How can I restart that service without stop the cluster?

regards
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by:Deadman
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You can restart Windows time service without restarting cluster service. Windows time service not depends on cluster service.

Start--> Run--> Type cmd-->
Restart the windows time service.
Stop and restart the Windows Time Service using the ‘net stop’ and ‘net start’ commands:
net stop w32time && net start w32time

And Node Side

Net time \\<ntpserver> /set /yes

Where <ntpserver> is the DNS name or IP address of the time reference.
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by:heze54
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HI,

As  I can see, Windows Time Propieties ->Dependencies-> Cluster service
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by:Seth Simmons
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can you post a screenshot of the properties window?
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No need to restart the time service just because you want to change the time server.
The basic command is this, the /update informs the time service that its configuration changed.
w32tm.exe /config /manualpeerlist:"ntp1.domain.com ntp2.domain.com" /update

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Good!!
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