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domain join computer time

Hi dear expert

our domain join computer time not sync with Active directory

with " w32tm /query/ source " return local cmos clock on all our domain join computer

working with GPO and registry does not change local cmos clock to our PDC

please give me hand to fix our issue

windows-active-directory
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Hi @raminsa-6505

Have a look at this article which has the details of the GPO settings that you need to configure the workstation to sync time from the DC.

https://theitbros.com/configure-ntp-time-sync-group-policy/#:~:text=In%20the%20GPO%20Editor%20go,policy%20Configure%20Windows%20NTP%20Client.

Gary.

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Dear GaryReynolds by acting this link our problem no resolved

setting WINDOWS NTP CLIENT on default domain policy does not apply to our client

and with W32tm /resync we get below error

“The Computer did not Resync because no Time Data was Available“

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Hi @raminsa-6505

If the policy hasn't been applied correctly, then first I would check the reason the policy hasn't been applied. You can use gpupdate /force and gpresult /h results.html and check the 'results.html' file why the policy hasn't been applied.

You can check the configuration of the NTP by using the following command, it should return the name of the PDC you entered in the policy.

 w32tm /query /source

To confirm that the NT5DS has been applied to the machine using this command:

 w32tm /query /configuration

Under the [TimeProviders] section check the Type: entry for NT5DS

 [TimeProviders]
    
 NtpClient (Local)
 DllName: C:\Windows\system32\w32time.dll (Local)
 Enabled: 1 (Local)
 InputProvider: 1 (Local)
 CrossSiteSyncFlags: 2 (Local)
 AllowNonstandardModeCombinations: 1 (Local)
 ResolvePeerBackoffMinutes: 15 (Local)
 ResolvePeerBackoffMaxTimes: 7 (Local)
 CompatibilityFlags: 2147483648 (Local)
 EventLogFlags: 1 (Local)
 LargeSampleSkew: 3 (Local)
 SpecialPollInterval: 1024 (Local)
 Type: NT5DS (Local)


Gary.





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LimitlessTechnology-2700 answered

Hi there,

Check for Windows Time issues by starting to look at Services, Event Log, firewall, and Registry.

Check that the Windows Time service is running and set to Automatic. You can restart the Windows Time service from the command line with:

net stop w32time
net start w32time

Check the event logs for any errors with the Time sync process. The Windows Firewall needs to allow UDP traffic on port 123 for NTP to work.

The below thread discusses the same issue and you can try out some troubleshooting steps from this and see if that helps you to sort the Issue.

Time Sync issues on Windows 10 domain-joined machines https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/time-sync-issues-on-windows-10-domain-joined/03738fe4-a455-477e-8275-b100902418b7

Unable to sync time - The computer did not resync because no time data was available. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/84576/unable-to-sync-time-the-computer-did-not-resync-be.html



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