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Windows Time Server

Admin Tab


Service Status

This panel indicates if the PresenTense Time Server service is running or stopped. Use the buttons to start and/or stop the service.


Use this button to conveniently access Windows date/time functions.

NTP/GPS Clock Information

If NTP Time Source is enabled, information about the NTP time source will be shown. If GPS Time Source is  enabled, information about the GPS time source will be shown and if neither are activated then this section is disabled. If activated, the following information is shown:

Current Stratum - The current stratum of PresenTense Time Server
Last Synchronization - How long since PresenTense Time Client synchronized with a time source
Synchronization Results - Shows the result of the last three attempts to synchronize with the upstream time source. Green depicts success whilst red depicts failure

SNTP Information

Only enabled if the SNTP Time Source option is enabled and if available, shows information about the following:

Last Correction - The time and value of the last correction PresenTense Time Client made to the local Windows clock
Drift Compensation - The last noted drift compensation
Offset From Time Source - Shows the last noted difference between the local Windows clock and the upstream time source
Current Stratum - The current stratum of PresenTense Time Client
Last Logged Error - The last error found in the Windows Application Event Log which was generated by PresenTense Time Client

Note: The Event Logging level should be set to Detailed otherwise some information may not be available.

Making configuration changes through the user interface requires administrator privileges.