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when issuing the command

E:\>w32tm /stripchart /samples:1 /computer:servername

Tracking servername [192.168.1.10].Collecting 1 samples.The current time is 3/8/2009 21:05:30 (local time).21:05:30 d:+00.0000000s o:+00.3047845s  [						   |*						  ]

what do each of these mean??

d:+00.0000000s

o:+00.3047845s

google & this are worthless - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc773263.aspxas far as interpreting the output.http://blogs.technet.com/industry_insiders...tm_service.aspx - is a good article, but does not define the o or the d...

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do it with /dataonly , that might help.I don't have a pc available , but I would think that the "o" was "offset" and the 'd' was 'time change on pc'

Edited by crp
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could be, it sounds reasonable.what bugs me is that there is no apparent place on the internet that lists what those two indicate.worse, the command itself doesn't even define them.

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  • 3 months later...

dd: is the delay. You can see this for example if you time sync to a source "close" to your server, such as one on a company intranet and then compare the value of dd: returned when you sync with a time source over the internet. This value allows you to accurately account for propagation delays between your location and the time source.

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hi, and welcome mtdoj!thank you for that, it sounds reasonable.is there somewhere (authoritative) that writes about all that?i spent a good bit of time searching to no avail...

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