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You must use a third party time service that will support this requirement.
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When you try to update the time, you call on the service and trigger the event 'Start xyz service'. In effect you don't have to try to decide which services you need or don't, they can take care of themselves. I closed it and in Vista it would simply slide to the left side waiting for me to use it again.
Published 4/2014 Original blog post reference: Configuring the Windows Time Service in an Active Directory Forest – A step by step with a Contingency Plan As many of you that follow my blog know that I have blogged about the Time Service in the past. However, the blog has so much information in it, you may have got lost trying to figure out exactly what to do.
Therefore the PDC must synchronize his time from an external source.
I usually use the servers listed at the NTP Pool Project website.
Time synchronization is an important aspect for all computers on the network.
By default, the clients computers get their time from a Domain Controller and the Domain Controller gets his time from the domain’s PDC Operation Master.