Computer time not updating windows 7
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.
If Windows isn't handling it correctly, it most likely needs to be updated.
You can also manually your time zone information using the free Microsoft tool: Windows Time Zone Editor Alternatively, the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools reportedly includes a command line tool for advanced users.
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.If you want to preconfigure settings that are different to the defaults, they are stored in the registry under: HKLM\Software\Subjective Software\Net Time On 64 bit systems, the above location is remapped to: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Subjective Software\Net Time Version 3.20 Alpha 3: Despite the amount of work that has gone into this updated version, most of the credit for it still lies with Graham Mainwaring.The latest version of Net Time was compiled and tested with Borland Delphi 7 Professional.Daylight savings time isn't be honoured correctly: Net Time works internally with UTC (Universal Time) and doesn't have any code for handling daylight savings or time zones.As long as Windows is configured correctly, it should automatically handle daylight savings changes for you.
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.