A new time source option rounds out the new security features by using an Internet Time Server
for added confidence in the accuracy and integrity of all timecard entries.
When I try to synchronize my time and date with an internet time server
To program Windows to do that, just right-click on the time in the systems tray and go to Date and Time Properties and click on the Internet Time tab, placing a check in Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server
(see screenshot below).
Borrowed from Starfish's EarthTime clock, the ``NetClock'' utility will synchronize your computer clock to the Internet Time Server
central clock - cute but probably not vital to most people.
InternetClock -- automatically synchronizes a users system clock to an Internet time server
for absolutely accurate time.
External time sources can include Internet time servers
or reliable local time sources such as GPS or clock cards.
InternetClock automatically synchronizes users' clocks with ultra-accurate Internet time servers