PC time sync - Source AD?

Hello, we have w7/w10 pc's and we are having issues with time sync. We changed our PDC to use NTP.

Now on a W7 workstation, i did a w32tm /query /source, and it came back with NTD5S, is that right ??

:\windows\system32>w32tm /query /configuration
[Configuration]

EventLogFlags: 2 (Local)
AnnounceFlags: 10 (Local)
TimeJumpAuditOffset: 28800 (Local)
MinPollInterval: 10 (Local)
MaxPollInterval: 15 (Local)
MaxNegPhaseCorrection: 4294967295 (Local)
MaxPosPhaseCorrection: 4294967295 (Local)
MaxAllowedPhaseOffset: 300 (Local)

FrequencyCorrectRate: 4 (Local)
PollAdjustFactor: 5 (Local)
LargePhaseOffset: 50000000 (Local)
SpikeWatchPeriod: 900 (Local)
LocalClockDispersion: 10 (Local)
HoldPeriod: 5 (Local)
PhaseCorrectRate: 1 (Local)
UpdateInterval: 30000 (Local)


[TimeProviders]

NtpClient (Local)
DllName: C:\windows\system32\w32time.dll (Local)
Enabled: 1 (Local)
InputProvider: 1 (Local)
CrossSiteSyncFlags: 2 (Local)
AllowNonstandardModeCombinations: 1 (Local)
ResolvePeerBackoffMinutes: 15 (Local)
ResolvePeerBackoffMaxTimes: 7 (Local)
CompatibilityFlags: 2147483648 (Local)
EventLogFlags: 1 (Local)
LargeSampleSkew: 3 (Local)
SpecialPollInterval: 3600 (Local)
Type: NT5DS (Local)

VMICTimeProvider (Local)
DllName: C:\windows\System32\vmictimeprovider.dll (Local)
Enabled: 1 (Local)
InputProvider: 1 (Local)
NtpServer (Local)
DllName: C:\windows\system32\w32time.dll (Local)
Enabled: 0 (Local)
InputProvider: 0 (Local)
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
That's usually what you want, yes.  That is the default domain heirarchy method for time sources and is architected to be resilient and minimize replay possibility attacks.

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Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
That looks fine.

Another  useful command is W32TM /stripchart /computer:{DCname}

This will verify that the local machine is synchronised to the DC, and display any skew.
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Looks OK to me, here's my usual run though

Windows – Setting Domain Time
Pete
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