Always provide time: Enabling this option isn't recommended.
Normally, Net Time will only provide time to other systems if it is configured to do so and it has successfully synced to an upstream server.
Net Time is a Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) client for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 and Server 2003/2008/2012/2016.
(32 bit and 64 bit operating systems are both supported) If you're looking for a program to keep your system time accurate, you've just found it!
If Time adjustment greater than: The default setting for this means that the local time will be updated regardless of how much difference there is between the current local time and the time reported by the remote server.
Possible solutions are to either remove all but one server address - in which case, the time returned by it will always be used - even if it's invalid, or change your servers - if you're using the NTP Pool servers, then you should point to the servers for a larger geographic area.
Its main attributes are: Net Time was originally written by Graham Mainwaring in 1997 with an open source release made in 1998.
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.
If you uninstall the old version first, you will need to restart your computer before starting the new installer.
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.