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Old 07-20-2011, 12:26 PM
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Default Windows NTP and IC time sync requirements

I have a client that is looking to install Avaya IC on a number of servers and is choosing to use Windows NTP for time syncing on these servers. I generally recommend that time should be synchronized every 1 to 5 minutes and clock adjustments shouldn't be any greater than 500ms, but the client came back with a list of semi-ambiguous registry values used to control Windows NTP, and while I looked up these values on Microsoft's site, I'm not too sure which values should be changed and what to change them to. Does anyone have any recommended Windows NTP config values for an IC 7.2.3 installation?

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