External NTP server not Syncing

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      Nico Penaroyo
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      Hi Pro, I have a problem here, I tried to set an external NTP server and followed every available process in the internet but still my domain controller is not getting its time from the external server.

      Running the w32tm /resync will give me :

      Sending resync command to the local computer
      The computer did not resync because no time data was available.

      Checking in the W32time parameters in the registry it is already set in NTP type but when doing a query on its configuration it shows NT5DS.

      I already run the gpupdate, restart the unit I even replace the cmos battery.

      Where did I go wrong?

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      Michael Pietroforte
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      What do you get if you run these commands:

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      Nico Penaroyo
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      Hi Michael,

      Primary DC

      w32tm /query /source  : Free-running System Clock

      w32tm /query /peers : “Secondary DC”

       

      Secondary DC

      w32tm /query /source  : Free-running System Clock

      w32tm /query /peers : “Blank”

      My Primary DC parameter type is NTP and the secondary DC is set to NT5DS

       

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        Michael Pietroforte
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        Looks like your domain controller still uses the local clock. Did you follow this procedure? You can also check if your policy has been applied with this command:

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          Nico Penaroyo
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          Hi Michael,

           

          Yes, I have done that and tried other processes, the thing is when I run the gpupdate and check the registry all the value are applied my problem is when I do a query on the configuration, it stays in local clock and the type is NT5DS but in the registry, it is already NTP.

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          Michael Pietroforte
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          Hmm, sounds strange. Did you try to reboot the server?

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