Setting up NTP on Windows Server 2003 computer

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Domain Controller
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
NTP
NTP Configuration
Windows Server 2003 error messages
I am trying to setup NTP on a Windows 2003 computer. when I run: net time /set \domaincontroller1 I got the following error message: "System Error 1314 has occurred a required privilege is not held by the client.” How can I resolve this?

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  • Mattcassell
    Normally the domain controller that holds the PDC emulator FSMO role acts as the NTP server. Are you trying to move this to a different server?
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  • IceCubbe
    You can actually use the time of any server, Are you a local admin on that server?
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