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How to configure an authoritative time server in Windows

To configure the PDC master without using an external time source change the announce flag on the PDC master. The PDC master is the server that holds the forest root PDC master role for the domain.

Link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/816042/how-to-configure-an-authoritative-time-server-in-windows-server

Actived: Saturday Feb 9, 2019 (6 days ago)

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Configuring Time Settings on Domain Controllers

The PDC Emulator of a domain should synchronize with any Domain Controller of the parent domain using NTP 5. The PDC Emulator of the root domain in a forest should synchronize with an external time server could be clock device a router another standalone server an internet time server etc

Link: https://gooroo.io/GoorooThink/Article/17139/Configuring-Time-Settings-on-Domain-Controllers/26731

Actived: Thursday Feb 7, 2019 (9 days ago)

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Configuring external time source on your Primary Domain

Configuring external time source on your Primary Domain Controller 20 Replies Here we will configure your primary domain controller PDC to connect to an external source to keep your time synchronized up with the rest of the world.

Link: https://jackstromberg.com/2013/10/configuring-external-time-source-on-your-primary-domain-controller/

Actived: Saturday Feb 9, 2019 (7 days ago)

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Configuring Windows Standalone Domain Controller NTP

About this Post. Any Active Directory domain needs to be configured with external NTP server to maintain time sync across domain and not to have any issues in domain due to time sync issues.

Link: https://sivasankar.org/2018/677/configuring-windows-ntp-server-standalone-domain-controller-steps/

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Configure a time server for Active Directory domain

From there you can configure Active Directory domain controllers with the PDC emulator role in a domain to use this list of servers explicitly for their time. Read this TechNet article to learn

Link: https://www.techrepublic.com/blog/the-enterprise-cloud/configure-a-time-server-for-active-directory-domain-controllers/

Actived: Sunday Jan 23, 2011 (8 years ago)

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It s Simple Time Configuration in Active Directory

The PDC Emulator of a domain should synchronize with any domain controller of the parent domain using NTP The PDC Emulator of the root domain in a forest should synchronize with an external time server could be clock device a router another standalone server an internet time server

Link: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/nepapfe/2013/03/01/its-simple-time-configuration-in-active-directory/

Actived: Thursday Feb 28, 2013 (6 years ago)

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Configuring Clients Public NTP Google Developers

This will not be available if your PC is part of a domain. In that case it will synchronize time with the domain controller. You can configure the controller to use Google Public NTP. In that case it will synchronize time with the domain controller.

Link: https://developers.google.com/time/guides

Actived: Thursday Jan 3, 2019 (1 months ago)

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Configure NTP Time Sync using Group Policy TheITBros

Create new GPO and link it to the OU named Domain Controllers. Select created GPO and switch to the Edit mode. Go to following section of Group Policy Editor Console Computer Configuration Administrative Templates System Windows Time Service Time Providers.

Link: https://theitbros.com/configure-ntp-time-sync-group-policy/

Actived: Friday Feb 8, 2019 (8 days ago)

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Configuring NTP on Windows Server 2012 Sysadmin Lab

This article explains how to configure NTP on Windows Server 2012. If you re looking for Windows Server 2008 R2 see my article here. Remember that in a domain environment time synchronization is taken care of but you should configure the PDC Emulator of a domain to sync externally since that is the server which decides what time it is

Link: http://www.sysadminlab.net/windows/configuring-ntp-on-windows-server-2012

Actived: Friday Feb 8, 2019 (8 days ago)

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