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 Windows 2000
Author: stefano j attardi 
Date:   28-10-01 19:38

(posted by Dan Langille)

I thought it would be nice to add to the "Windows time
synchronization clients" section that Windows 2000 now
has a built-in service, the Windows Time Service, which,
when activated, periodically syncronizes time with a
time server.

More information about the Service:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q224/7/
99.ASP

And about how to configure it:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q216/7/
34.ASP

I also would like to suggest my favorite Windows 9x NTP
client, Automachron (freeware):
http://www.oneguycoding.com/automachron/


Thanks for the excellent help I've found in your site,

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