the peer's stratum is less then the host stratum

the peer's stratum is less then the host stratum

Post by UGF1bGxsbG » Thu, 25 Mar 2010 00:47:03


I am getting a "The peer's stratum is less then the host stratum." Whenever
I try to synchronize the time. What's going on?
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Demoman
 
 
 

the peer's stratum is less then the host stratum

Post by John John » Thu, 25 Mar 2010 02:20:24


Loosely, it means that the Windows Time service deems your workstation
to be a more accurate clock than the time server you have selected so it
won't sync to the less accurate clock. Can you run the following
command at a command prompt and post the results of the command:

w32tm /dumpreg /subkey:parameters

We are looking for the NtpServer line, if it is set to a DNS server name
it should also have 0x1 appended, which tells the Time service that this
is the most reliable clock on the network, for example:

NtpServer REG_SZ time.nrc.ca,0x1

John

PS. Your machine is not part of a domain, is it?

 
 
 

the peer's stratum is less then the host stratum

Post by MowGree » Thu, 25 Mar 2010 06:01:42


It appears to be part of a Latin class. <g>


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