[ntp:questions] Issues installing ntpd on Win 7

mike cook michael.cook at sfr.fr
Tue May 6 09:03:23 UTC 2014

   I don't know whether this has been aired here or on the google site, but I had an issue when installing NTP in a non system folder. It was working fine before from  the Programs x86 system folder, can't remember the version though. I followed your web page instructions, but NTP fails to start. Also tried deinstalling and re-installing in the x86 folder, same result. The reason that it won't start is that It can not open a session as the ntp account ( ./ntp) username unknown or password incorrect, error id 1326. This is probably due to the fact that I had forgotten my original password  and when prompted by the the install procedure, modified the current one but it seems that it did not take effect.  I was able to work round this by declaring a new account. I have as yet been unable to find a way of removing the ./ntp account. It does not appear in the user admin dialog box. 

Le 6 mai 2014 à 09:13, David Taylor a écrit :

> On 06/05/2014 04:28, Phil W Lee wrote:
> []
>> It doesn't make for a real user friendly installation method, as you
>> need to be an administrator to make the required changes to
>> permissions within the "program Files" tree.
> Just why I suggest using C:\Tools\NTP\  !
> When using an SSD for the system disk, I also place frequently updated files on a hard-disk, such as D:\Tools\NTP\.  In the case of NTP, these are the statistics files.  Maybe your files are central if running multiple NTPs within a domain.
> I don't have any recent experience with a Domain account, though.
> -- 
> Cheers,
> David
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