I'm trying to see what I'm missing here, but every time I try to get domain time synchronized with an internet clock, something seems to screw it up. So I need to know the steps of what to check to ensure that in this environment, a DC is the authoritative time server and that everything listens to it.
3 Hyper-V 2012 R2 hosts
2 Server 2012R2 domain controllers, one on host 1, the other on host 2
I need to make sure that DC1 is set up as the authoritative time server using an internet source (I don't care what it is, as long as it's reliable, so please recommend one), that it's not listening to host time, that nothing else is listening to host time, and that every domain joined system on the network listens to time from DC1. DC1 and DC2 both have Time services disabled. If it matters, their domain is currently 8 minutes behind.