Windows 10: Time Sync: How To config standalone windows non domain to use a ntp server?

Discus and support Time Sync: How To config standalone windows non domain to use a ntp server? in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Hello. I can only find information on how to setup time sync on a domain controller or on a domain joined pc. However I can not find information on... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by David_894, Aug 14, 2020.

  1. David_894 Win User

    Time Sync: How To config standalone windows non domain to use a ntp server?


    Hello.


    I can only find information on how to setup time sync on a domain controller or on a domain joined pc.


    However I can not find information on how to configure a standalone non domain joined nor domain controller Windows 10 or Windows Server 2012R2-2019 to connect to a specific ntp server and make sure that the system time is exactly right.


    Then with what command can I check the delta beetwen the actual time and the time of the ntp server?


    Thanks a lot

    If it is not specific enough, because it varies too much because of the windows version please tell me about the config on server 2012r2

    :)
     
    David_894, Aug 14, 2020
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  2. erictang5 Win User

    How to maintain only 1 NTP server sycronization to the domain server & clients.

    NTP Time services not standardise as to follow 1 Domain server instead of 3 other NTP time Servers
     
    erictang5, Aug 14, 2020
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  3. How to maintain only 1 NTP server sycronization to the domain server & clients.

    Could you please elaborate your issue a bit so that I can assist you better ?

    Thanks
     
    Sanghati Barman, Aug 14, 2020
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  4. Time Sync: How To config standalone windows non domain to use a ntp server?

    About Microsoft having public NTP server

    I suggest Microsoft to start its own public NTP server, which can be used ny people for syncing computer clocks on networks where NTP ports ate blocked.

    Their current server is protected and uses only selected ports for time syncing in OS.

    However, if it starts using port 80 or 443 then it will be easy for people to sync on restricted or secured networks.

    Kindly let me know if such thing already exists.

    Thank you.
     
    rajhanschinmay, Aug 14, 2020
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