Computer not updating time
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.Although the description for the Windows Time Service indicates that disabling it may prevent other services from loading, I'm not currently aware of any such services that do actually require it.Graham made a number of updates to the program until he lost interest and finally abandoned the project officially on the 1st of July 2004.The Net Time project has been resurrected by myself, Mark Griffiths, and I'm now making an updated version available here: If you find Net Time useful, please consider making a donation to show your appreciation and to encourage further development of Net Time!
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Version 3.14 - Current Stable Version: Previous versions as well as the source code can be downloaded from the Source Forge project page Note: When upgrading from a previous version, you will need to shut down both the Net Time Service as well as the Tray Icon before running the installer.
If you uninstall the old version first, you will need to restart your computer before starting the new installer.
I have a problem not listed above: If Net Time isn't working correctly for you, please enable Debug level logging, attempt to do another time sync and then send an email to me with your log file attached along with a detailed description of the problem that you're having.
Most settings should be fairly self explanatory, however some people have asked for clarification on certain settings: Max Free Run: Indicates how long the program will run for without getting a valid sync before it considers the local time to no longer be accurate.Net Time is failing to sync - it reports that all servers failed: The most common cause of this error is that a firewall is blocking the Network Time Protocol (UDP Port 123) between your system and the servers that Net Time is attempting to use.