Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of How_Microsoft_Windows_NT_4.0_handles_internal_Time


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    28 This is part of the documentation from an app called Timeserv.exe which is in the NT Resource Kit (server only) The program allows you use an external timesource to set time on an NT box. It can use the Naval Observatory (via modem) a GPS signal (via a com port) or even a user supplied hardware board (using his .dll to communicate with it) Once configured, this app runs as an NT service with no user intervention. [BR] 
     28This is part of the documentation from an app called Timeserv.exe which is in the NT Resource Kit (server only) The program allows you use an external timesource to set time on an NT box. It can use the Naval Observatory (via modem) a GPS signal (via a com port) or even a user supplied hardware board (using his .dll to communicate with it) Once configured, this app runs as an NT service with no user intervention. [[BR]] 
    2929The author's homepage is http://home1.gte.net/dougho/TimeServ.html 
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