If you are using Net Time to act as a time server, you will need to disable the built in Time Service in Windows first.
There shouldn't normally be a reason to change this as the current version of Net Time will check with multiple servers to ensure that it isn't using an invalid time.Always provide time: Enabling this option isn't recommended.Once this time period expires, the tray icon will change to a cross and if it's configured to act as a time server, it will stop responding to requests for the time.If Time adjustment greater than: The default setting for this means that the local time will be updated regardless of how much difference there is between the current local time and the time reported by the remote server.This is an attempt to gather together a single web site directory of all folks who are now, or have been in the past, designated as Microsoft MVP's.
The product categories for which MVP's are recognized are listed below, and under each is an alphabetical list of past and present MVP's representing that product.Net Time has code to try to compensate for high latency connections, but it won't work well on connections with asymmetric network delays - i.e.when the time that it takes for the request to go out is significantly different to the time for the response to come back. Unfortunately, the Network Time Protocol doesn't support the use of proxies, so that isn't an option and there isn't anything that I can do about this - sorry!I have configured Net Time to provide time to other systems, but it's not working: Ensure that the Windows Time Service is disabled along with any other NTP servers that may be running.Also, make sure that the Windows Firewall, and other firewalls, aren't bloicking the incoming connections to Net Time. Offset is the time difference between the local system time and the time returned by the time server. Lag is the amount of time that it took for the request from Net Time to go out to the server and for the response to come back.Net Time is failing to sync - it reports that it had "Inconsistent responses" If there is a large time difference between the local system and the time returned by the time server, Net Time will automatically check with a secondary server to ensure that the time that it has received is actually valid.