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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 service¬†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

Written by jpaloma

August 4, 2016 at 9:57 AM

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