Without using any external packages for Windows, can Linux synchronise it’s clock to a Windows 03/08 Server natively? I’ve tried it using various NTP packages for Windows but would like to use just Windows software for this.
EDIT: I’ve tried the below however it doesn’t work. I’ve put
server TimeSource in
/etc/ntp.conf however when I do a
service ntpd start it doesn’t sync (it’s 3 minutes out at the minute). I then stopped the NTPD and did a
ntpdate TimeSource, thinking it would sync and then I’d start the NTPD once it’s got the time, and it says: no server suitable for synchronization found. Though I can ping it. Any thoughts?
You can use the “net” command from the linux box:
net time set -S <server>
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