Checks time on remote computers and helps to diagnose Windows clock sync issues |
Checks time on remote computers and helps to diagnose Windows clock sync issues by showing the current local time on all managed endpoints. This free tool can help with domain time sync troubleshooting (Windows Time Service misconfiguration or improper use of Windows time sync commands) and detection of time sync issues with Active Directory domain controllers.
Windows OS automatically synchronizes time using built-in Windows Time service that performs regular Windows time sync with Active Directory or other time servers, but sometimes time sync stops working, such as when Windows Time service is not running or someone uses w32tm command to improperly configure Windows time sync, thus causing normal time sync processes to malfunction.
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