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    Question on Time Synchronization...

    Ok, the project im doing now need to use about 5 computer and 4 of them got display time at the bottom right.

    the problem now is that they do not synchronize their time at all. my lecturer tell us try not to use offsets ( e.g 0x568E, 0x56EF, ... ) to solve the time problem, try to think of other way to solve it.

    Is there anyway to make all time the same? or any link that show me.

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    Re: Question on Time Synchronization...

    Are computers connected to the network and internet?

    Check MSDN for Simple Network Time Protocol.
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    Those who understand binary and those who do not.

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    Re: Question on Time Synchronization...

    In my previous job, we used a shareware called Tardis to do time synchronization. It can be used to syncrhonize against an external site via internet, or against one of the PC within your local network.

    You can take a look here

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    Re: Question on Time Synchronization...

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnCz
    Are computers connected to the network and internet?

    Check MSDN for Simple Network Time Protocol.
    All computers connected to the same server.

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    Re: Question on Time Synchronization...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat
    In my previous job, we used a shareware called Tardis to do time synchronization. It can be used to syncrhonize against an external site via internet, or against one of the PC within your local network.

    You can take a look here
    Thanks I will ask my friend to have a look and see if it can work on visual C++ and the system we working on.

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