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  • How to Configure a time Server

    Hi
    I have 2003 SP1 Domian with 2 DCs. XP & 2003 Server Workstations

    I need that all workstation will sync form my PDC emu. and the sync will be precision on the second all the time. so when i change the time on the DC (PDC) it take 1 second for all domian to take a sync again.

    i prefer to do the configuration with gpo

    need help

    thx

    moshe

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    Re: How to Configure a time Server

    Take a look into these guides:

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro.../26_s3wts.mspx
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216734
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      Re: How to Configure a time Server

      Hi thx for the replay
      but i try this artical i cant get it to work as i want it to be
      i need sync every 1 second on every system i have xp or 2003
      any ide

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      • #4
        Re: How to Configure a time Server

        Originally posted by mosheha7 View Post
        Hi thx for the replay
        but i try this artical i cant get it to work as i want it to be
        i need sync every 1 second on every system i have xp or 2003
        any ide
        ummm.. every second?

        that is why you synchronize the hardware clock to your NTP servers time... so that you dont have to sync with the NTP every second.

        but do as you must. just change the update interval on the client stations to every second. the default will only allow a 20 second skew between all clients and DC, and nodes refresh every 45 minutes (give or take the 20 second skew)

        http://www.windowsnetworking.com/art...e-Service.html
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