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Authoritative time server not getting external time

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    Hello,

    I am being plagued by a problem with my PDC (domain controller).

    I followed the instructions from MS on setting up an authoritative time server, step by step, and when I run w32tm /resync i get a message: The computer did not resync because no time data was available.

    In checking this message, sites say it’s because there is no external source to get time from. I have set 3 different servers in the registry.

    I have turned on logging, see below.

    Below is the log from a W32Time server stop and restart and then a w32tm /resync right after the start up.

    I haven’t been able to find anything in the registry that i missed from the KB articles.

    I also found a reference to a group policy setting that may affect it, and those are set to “not configured”.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Mark

    149236 20:22:35.2031250s – Service shutdown initiated with exit code: 0.
    149236 20:22:35.2343750s – ClockDisciplineThread: hShutDownEvent signaled. Exiting.
    149236 20:22:35.2343750s – Exiting ServiceShutdown
    149236 20:22:35.2343750s –


    Log File Closed


    149236 20:22:36.2812500s –


    Log File Opened


    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – Entered W32TmServiceMain W2K3SP1
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – CurSpc:15625000ns BaseSpc:15625000ns SyncToCmos:Yes
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – PerfFreq:3579545c/s
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – Time zone OK.
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: Found provider ‘NtpClient’:
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘Enabled’=0x00000001
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘DllName’=’C:WINDOWSsystem32w32time.dll’
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘InputProvider’=0x00000001
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: Found provider ‘NtpServer’:
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘Enabled’=0x00000001
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘DllName’=’C:WINDOWSsystem32w32time.dll’
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘InputProvider’=0x00000000
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig (policy): Found provider ‘NtpClient’:
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig (policy): ‘Enabled’=0x00000000
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig (policy): Found provider ‘NtpServer’:
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig (policy): ‘Enabled’=0x00000000
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘PhaseCorrectRate’=0x00000007
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘UpdateInterval’=0x00000064
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘FrequencyCorrectRate’=0x00000004
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘PollAdjustFactor’=0x00000005
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘LargePhaseOffset’=0x02FAF080
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘SpikeWatchPeriod’=0x00000384
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘HoldPeriod’=0x00000005
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘MinPollInterval’=0x00000006
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘MaxPollInterval’=0x0000000A
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘AnnounceFlags’=0x00000005
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘LocalClockDispersion’=0x0000000A
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘MaxNegPhaseCorrection’=0x00000E10
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘MaxPosPhaseCorrection’=0x00000E10
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘EventLogFlags’=0x00000002
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: ‘MaxAllowedPhaseOffset’=0x0000012C
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – ReadConfig: failed. Use default one ‘TimeJumpAuditOffset’=0x00007080
    149236 20:22:36.2812500s – DomainHierarchy: LSA role change notification. Redetecting.
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – DomainHierarchy: we are now the domain root. Should be advertised as reliable
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – ClockDisciplineThread: Starting:149236 20:22:36.2968750s – LI:0 S:1 RDl:0 RDs:100000000 TSF:0x0
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – ClockDispln: we’re a reliable time service with no time source: LS: 0, TN: 864000000000, WAIT: 86400000
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – Starting Providers.
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – Successfully started 0 providers.
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – W32TmServiceMain: waiting i16.000s (64.000s)
    149236 20:22:36.2968750s – W32TmServiceMain: waiting i16.000s (64.000s)
    149236 20:22:38.3750000s – W32TimeHandler called: SERVICE_CONTROL_INTERROGATE
    149236 20:22:52.2968750s – W32TmServiceMain: timeout
    149236 20:22:52.2968750s – W32TmServiceMain: waiting 64.000s
    149236 20:23:11.3750000s – RPC Caller is NEVISmarkadmin (S-1-5-21-2864016548-2721457727-291041456-1106)
    149236 20:23:11.3750000s – RPC Call – HardResync
    149236 20:23:11.3750000s – W32TmServiceMain: ********** Time Slip Notification **********
    149236 20:23:11.3750000s – ClockDispln:149236 20:23:11.3750000s – ClockDispln TimeSlip:149236 20:23:11.3750000s – LI:0 S:1 RDl:0 RDs:100000000 TSF:0x0
    149236 20:23:11.3750000s – ClockDispln: we’re a reliable time service with no time source: LS: 0, TN: 864000000000, WAIT: 86400000
    149236 20:23:11.3750000s – W32TmServiceMain: waiting i16.000s (64.000s)
    149236 20:23:27.3750000s – W32TmServiceMain: timeout
    149236 20:23:27.3750000s – W32TmServiceMain: waiting 64.000s

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