Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
The Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) protocol is an adaptation of Network Time Protocol (NTP), used to synchronize computer clocks on the Internet. Windows Embedded CE supports the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) technology.
If the device clock is set to 2036 or later, the results will not be accurate. This is a protocol limitation in SNTP. For more information on SNTP see this Internet Engineering Task Force site.
In This Section
- Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) OS Design Development
Provides information about SNTP that is helpful when designing and developing a Windows Embedded CE OS. This includes dependency information, the modules and components that implement SNTP, and SNTP implementation considerations. Shows how to use the Services.exe IOCTLs to configure the SNTP service.
- SNTP Registry Settings
Provides a list of the configurable registry settings for SNTP.
- SNTP Security
Provides security information for SNTP and security best practices.
- SNTP Migration
Provides information that is important to know if you are migrating from one version of Windows Embedded CE to another.
- SNTP Samples
Provides sample-related information for SNTP.
Provides a list of the servers and services that are supported in Windows Embedded CE.
Provides an overview of the Services.exe implementation in Windows Embedded CE. Shows how to activate and register a service programmatically. Describes how to control and stop a running service, and how to configure Services.exe to load a standalone service. Shows how to use Services.exe from the command line. Describes how to register a super service programmatically and automatically. Includes registry settings for Services.exe and reference pages for the Services.exe programming elements.