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Internet Time Server, Local LAN Time Server Net Command. BAT File that will help sync your time server. Sync and Resync to your favorite time server. Be sure to test your time server. Sync all your local devices to your master system that is in sync online. You do not need to sync offsite if you are running a local sntp from what I understand it is better to sync the sntp then sync to that box for all other devices. Less bandwidth and easier to troubleshoot.

Sync and Resync to your time server

Today with all our applications and our network hardware we need to be sure our servers, access points, are in sync for logging. 

Be sure you know the commands to resync and sync to your favorite online or local time server.

Below is the BAT command line file which can also be manually typed into your command prompt. 

Be sure to allow time for your network time server to stop the service before testing. 

I have in the past changed the servers time to view that it has hit the external or internal time server and updated the system. 

Check your Wireless AP's for a NTP IP address or FQDN. Logs are important and if your time is not in sync (wrong or right) you can not compare the log reports from different devices. 

Here you go!

net stop w32time
w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:192.168.0.21,0x8 /syncfromflags:manual
net time /querysntp
net start w32time
w32time /resync

 

Internet Time Server, Local LAN Time Server Net Command. BAT File that will help sync your time server. Sync and Resync to your favorite time server. Be sure to test your time server. Sync all your local devices to your master system that is in sync online. You do not need to sync offsite if you are running a local sntp from what I understand it is better to sync the sntp then sync to that box for all other devices. Less bandwidth and easier to troubleshoot.