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Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.

Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.

Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.

Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.  

Logger version 8.9.

System contents (CLS,Screen,Web and Storage)

Recorder loses time all month.  

Some solution?  


Sorry by errors of writing.

RE: Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.

On one of the NTP clients go to a command prompt and type

net time /querysntp

This will let you know if the clients can talk to the NTP server.  If not then I would suggest you make sure the registry paramaters for the server have ben set up correctly.  I take it the CLS is running 2003 server?

RE: Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.

net time /queryntp > connection o.k. with the CLS

Recorders W 2000 and W2003, CLS W2003

When this occurs problem, always I find characters strange in the down the key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Services > W32Time > Parameters > NTPServer = ip,0x1

After it clear the key and perform the stop and start of the service the synchronize returns.


RE: Problems with synchronize Time ¨NTP¨.

Ensure your master is not time synching itself or it will lose time.

Call Focus has a known issue where it loses time, there is a hotfix available (possibly a sp now).

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