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·Time Server  

This option allows you to specify one primary and one redundant time server to which PresenTense98 is to  
synchronize the local system clock. You may specify either an IP address, hostname, or DNS name. If you elect to specify a hostname or DNS name, please ensure that name resolution is properly configured on your TCP/IP network.  
Automatic fail-over from the primary to the redundant time server occurs if the name for the primary server cannot  
be resolved, or PresenTense98 times out waiting for a reply from the primary time server.  
If you decide to synchronize to a time server on the internet rather than a corporate time server, ensure also that firewall  
rules permit the network traffic for the protocol you select.  

·Alarm Notification  

If you wish to be notified via email if PresenTense98 is unable to contact the time source, specify your email address and the mail server PresenTense98 should use for sending of messages. At this time, only the SMTP ( Simple Mail Transfer Protocol ) is supported.  

·Synchronize Every  

This option allows you to set the polling interval. How often PresenTense98 needs to poll the time server depends primarily on the clock drift of the local BIOS clock and your time keeping requirements. The default value is 15 minutes.  

·Time Source  

This option allows you to specify the type of time source you wish to use. Your choice here depends mainly on the  
availability of services offered and your time keeping requirements. The recommended and by far most accurate  
option is NTP/SNTP.  

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