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Windows 10 Time Service Assigns Wrong Time

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4 August 2016. Currently banging my head on this issue. Will update this post once I find a solution. The picture flow is from the upper left picture then go clockwise.

Picture 1 shows correct time. Then just to be sure I synced the time with the domain (#2), which shows confirmation (#3), but when I started the Windows Time Service (#4), the time changes to the wrong date and time, which is probably the date and time when I built this VM.

Environment: Hyper-V guest with SCVMM. Guest is NOT synchronizing with the Hyper-V host. I have 3 Windows 10 machines on two separate Hyper-V hosts displaying the same behavior, which rules out the Hyper-V host.

 

 

UPDATE
Since it’s the Windows Time service that, for some reason, reverts the clock to its build date and time, then shutting down and disabling the serviceĀ ensures that the date and time are in the last correct setting.

Caveat: you have to manually sync time by issuing the following command from an elevated Command Prompt: net time /domain /set /yes

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Written by jpaloma

August 4, 2016 at 9:57 AM

Posted in Windows 10

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