How the Windows Time Service Works me hightlight for your convinience.A computer uses one of the following methods to identify a time source to synchronize with: •If the computer is not a member of a domain, it must be configured to synchronize with a specified time source.
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I didn't want to confuse this question any more when I first asked it, but I have tried and tried with MS articles, other online articles, registry settings, etc.
to get my Domain controller to automatically sync with an external time source, but it simply won't do it, even though I've followed a bunch of instructions online on how to do it.
I finally ended up downloading this application called Atomic Clock Service that was "free", but the free version only lets you manually sync up.
If you spend the and buy the application, it's supposed to sync automatically at set intervals, but I've been cheap and haven't spent the .