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Time on my NT PDC and BDC jumps ahead by a few hours from time to time

The time (clock) on my NT PDC and BDC jumps ahead by a few hours from time to time. What may be the cause and how can I fix it?
This occurs when the time-synchronization feature either fails to get a response from a time server or gets a garbled response. I would either install a third-party time synch tool, or custom-define the time server used by the systems with the NET TIME command.
This was last published in February 2002

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