NTP Time Server Monitor History

Version history for NTP Time Server Monitor shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Oct 13, 2005) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 1.04
Size: 1155 KB
OS: Win NT/2000/XP
Description:   The NTP Time Server Monitor lets the user configure and control a local NTP service with a userfriendly graphical user interface. Secondary the current status of the local NTP services, as well as external NTP services, can be displayed.

v 1.0 updated on Sep 19, 2007

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v 0.9k updated on Feb 02, 2006

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v 0.9j updated on Jan 20, 2006

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v 0.9i updated on Dec 22, 2005

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v 0.9h updated on Nov 25, 2005

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v 0.9g updated on Nov 11, 2005

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v 0.9e updated on Oct 27, 2005

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v 0.9d updated on Oct 13, 2005

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