[ntp:questions] w32time

Rob nomail at example.com
Sat Jun 19 10:25:12 UTC 2010

David Woolley <david at ex.djwhome.demon.invalid> wrote:
> Rob wrote:
>> Windows NT had a time service, but at that time it was still called
>> TIMESERV.  It had its config in TIMESERV.INI instead of in the registry.
> It also wasn't based on NTP wire formats.  I think it used SMB, as for 
> Windows for Workstations.

Incorrect, it could use about 15 different formats, one of them
being NTP (implemented as SNTP of course).

Thinking a bit more about it, it was an optional program included
in a "resource kit" or similar named package, not part of the base

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