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w32tm /config [/computer:<target>] [/update]
computer:<target> - adjusts the configuration of <target>. If not
specified, the default is the local computer.
update - notifies the time service that the configuration has
changed, causing the changes to take effect.
manualpeerlist:<peers> - sets the manual peer list to <peers>,
which is a space-delimited list of DNS and/or IP addresses.
When specifying multiple peers, this switch must be enclosed in
syncfromflags:<source> - sets what sources the NTP client should
sync from. <source> should be a comma separated list of
these keywords (not case sensitive):
MANUAL - sync from peers in the manual peer list
DOMHIER - sync from an AD DC in the domain hierarchy
NO - sync from none
ALL - sync from both manual and domain peers
LocalClockDispersion:<seconds> - configures the accuracy of the
internal clock that w32time will assume when it can't acquire
time from its configured sources.
reliable:(YES|NO) - set whether this machine is a reliable time source.
This setting is only meaningful on domain controllers.
YES - this machine is a reliable time service
NO - this machine is not a reliable time service
largephaseoffset:<milliseconds> - sets the time difference between
local and network time which w32time will consider a spike.
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