Didn\'t work.Timed out on our ntp server, even though every other server\'s sync works against it.
If you can use this, you don`t need it. If you have network time servers in place, you likely already know what they're doing, and how to monitor them. If you are a regular PC user trying to get NTP service working on your computer, TimeTools NTP Server SysLog Monitor is beyond useless. 1. Installation: Sloppy. Fr example, the user should not have to tell Setup, "Keep newer file" for common DLLs. 1a. After install, reboot is required, but not mentioned, nor initiated by the setup program.2. User Interface: A window with a row & column display, and a button labeled, "About". That's it. No menu, no "Help", nothing. Not even ...
I tried it.The product works good.Thank you, Maxim
10-4, it did the job!
Great piece of software, but unfortunately I was looking for something that I could force recynchronise a Windows W2K3 within a minute on 5servers ( it\'s an air-gapped environment )I wouldn\'t hesitate to use this on my hope laptop and pc.
I have been doing a personal survey of NTP clients - mainly to see how they work. Taking account of the limited time that I have had it, this is an excellant product.
It was a great option to keep at time my monitoring network server, because many aplications runs over Linux and FreeBSDD servers and all toguether are syncronized throuth ntpd service.
My problem is winXP cannot synchronize time with windows 2003 server (Standalone server) and winXP cannot connect internet
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