Windows Time Sync

Windows systems do an OK job of managing time services like NTP, but they really do miss the mark. Hosts that are part of a domain get their time from the domain server (Active Directory or PDC) automagically on a periodic basis. Some drift may happen, but it is minimal. Servers, such as the AD server or the PDC, need to get their time from some where, otherwise the casino games bingoroulette systemseigenes online casinospielen sie kasino onlinecasino video pokeronline casino forumholdem poker tippsonline omaha poker spielenpc game poker texaspoker java gamepoker handy spielfree texas holdempoker game sharewarespiele bankonline poker tippspoker rulesparty poker gameonline poker ligatexas holdem tippspoker regeln full housekostenloses frei spielonline poker unter 18www poker spielen deholdem poker handspoker lernenwww poker stars netpoker regeln straighteverst poker bonustexas holdem erklärungpoker online spielen deutschpoker game downlaodpoker gratis ohne geldtexas holdem blattonline 7 card stud spielenonline poker no downloadtexas holdem striptexas holdem wertigkeitpoker spielen ohne anmeldenpoker game netpoker game softwarestrip poker full gameholdem poker regelnpoker kostenlos im internet spielen,poker ohne internet,internet pokeromaha poker spielregelnomaha poker online spielenfive card draw pokerholdem poker flash gamewww internet pokerpoker texas holdem pc game,texas holdem poker game,texas holdem poker game downloadtexas holdem strategy entire site will drift with the master server.

There is no GUI interface to the windows time service, so it must be edited by hand. Fortunately, it is not too difficult, and the changes are stored in the registry so as to survive a reboot. It’s one of those things you set once and forget about it.

From a command prompt, enter:

w32tm /configure /,0x8 /syncfromflags:MANUAL /update
w32tm /resync

The system will sync with the peer(s) that you have listed, and the configuration has been written to the registry.

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