[ntp:questions] Re: Decent ntp client for Win2K/WinME/Win98

David Schwartz davids at webmaster.com
Fri Aug 29 11:08:42 UTC 2003

"Jeff Johnson" <pitichok at yahoo.com_nospam> wrote in message
news:pan.2003. at yahoo.com_nospam...

> I am a unix/linux admin and am not very up to date on Windows32 utilities.
> I have a linux box acting as a NTP server (it synchs with a public
> server). I have a several unix and linux servers running as clients to the
> aforementioned server. I have been told to get the horde of Windows boxes
> synched as well.
> The users are unreliable so I need something that will start as a service
> (Win2K/XP) or systray/startup process (WinME/98) and will do the
> equivalent of ntpdate to my local server at startup and time synch on a
> low frequency basis.

    You can use Tardis 2000 for all of this, but I'd recommend using real
NTP on Win2K/XP boxes.


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