Here is what was happening:

The DC is virtual. It would dutifully update it's time to the System i
like I wanted. But the _physical_ Windows server responsible for this
virtual DC was not updating it's time to the System i. And this physical
Windows server is feeding it's BIOS time to all the virtuals, thus negating
what the virtual DC was doing with the System i.

I changed the physical Windows server to also update to the System i (no, I
don't know why this wasn't done initially) and now everything seems to be
hunky dory.

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 1:10 PM, Bill <brobins3d@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 11/26/2012 10:52 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
Is there a setting in the registry that says something to the effect
adjust the time unless it's at least X amount off"? None of the registry
settings I have found seem to say that.

I don't believe so. There are minor trouble-shooting options for
Windows machines in the W32Tm command.

Maybe run a strip-chart on the DC first to see what it says.


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