This time synchronization software can synchronize your PC's system clock or all PC's system clocks in your LAN using Time and SNTP protocols. It can work as an SNTP server or client and as an NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista service.
As a client, the Net Time Server & Client application currently supports Network Time Protocol(NTP), Simple Network Time Protocol(SNTP-RFC2030, SNTP-RFC4330), Time protocol(RFC868), and UnixTime protocol. This means that you can configure it to fully comply with any of those protocols, including client support of unicast, broadcast, and manycast modes.
As a server, the software can also provide time services to other computers using Simple Network Time Protocol(SNTP-RFC2030, SNTP-RFC4330), Time protocol(RFC868), UnixTime protocol, or DayTime protocol(RFC867). You can configure it to fully comply with any of those protocols, including server support of unicast, broadcast, and multicast modes.
With Net Time Server & Client, you can synchronize the system clocks of Windows, Unix, Linux, FreeBSD, and other operating systems via NTP/SNTP protocol. It's a versatile solution that's compatible with a wide range of devices.
Net Time Server & Client is designed to run as a standard 32-bit Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Win7, Win8 application. However, if you're running Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8, you can run it as a system service. This means that you don't have to worry about manually starting the software every time you reboot your system.
Overall, Net Time Server & Client is a reliable and flexible solution for organizations that need to synchronize the system clocks of multiple devices. Whether you're running Windows, Linux, Unix, or FreeBSD, this software can help you ensure that all devices are running on the same time.
Version 220.127.116.115: Julian date is supported.