|Subject:||Re: Setting up Time|
|Posted by:||Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS] (meiw…@gmx.de)|
|Date:||Fri, 11 Sep 2009|
As stated from the others, leave the time sync process and settings in the
domain by default, if you don't experience any problems. Windows handles
this really good.
Here is a really good article about:
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> In a domain where there is a root domain and a few subdomains (may not
> make a difference) should the MaxPosPhaseCorrection and
> MaxNegPhaseCorrection values just need to be set on all domain
> controllers or all of the domain controllers including the servers and
> clients? Clients are XPsp2 and servers are all W2k3sp2.
Setting up Time posted by Charles on Thu, 10 Sep 2009