More info about using the new OneDrive sync client with SharePoint Server Allow syncing OneDrive accounts for only specific organizations This policy lets you allow users to sync OneDrive accounts for only some organizations by specifying a list of allowed tenant IDs. If you enable this setting, users will get an error if they attempt to add an account from an organization not on the list. If a user has already the account, the files will stop syncing.
Fixed an initialization failure error Version 3. Improved Handling of Kiss of Death Packets Fixed handling of "unsynchronized" replies Improved reporting of errors when configured to act as a time server - e.
Improved display of forms on systems with large fonts. If NetTime is running as a tray icon, starting the program again will show a message instructing the user to click on the tray icon.
Fixed loading of log files containing null characters or with one or more lines without the normal crlf pair. Several improvements to handling of system suspend and resume. Added description shown when viewing list of system services.
Log Viewer will now automatically update in real time when running as a service would previously only update if not running as a service. Other minor changes and fixes Version 3. Added option to gradually correct small time errors instead of adjusting the time in one hit - thanks to code provided by Julien Blitte Added log file rotation - also thanks to Julien Blitte.
Fixed a problem with high CPU usage when a lot of logging activity taking place. A few other minor improvements.
Windows built Time and client time client. Added extra logging information. Fixed an error which could sometimes occur when installing over the top of a previous version. Fixed a problem preventing full uninstallation under certain circumstances.
Removed requirement to manually shut down NetTime before installing a new version. Added code to re-show tray icon after Windows Explorer crashes. Fixed an error that caused the program to always check for updates when run as a limited user.
Fixed an Access Violation error. Added a workaround for a VCL bug which could prevent the NetTime service from being installed properly in very rare circumstances. Fixed a problem with running on Windows NT4. Added a balloon tip to the tray icon when run after installation to indicate that NetTime is running.
When set to not change time on large adjustment, will now ask user when doing a manual check. Some changes to improve compatibility with newer versions of Delphi - notes added about upgrading to newer version of the Internet Component Suite. Added option to always provide time when acting as a server.
No significant changes since Beta 4 Version 3. Fixed a few more bugs introduced with Beta 2 Version 3. Fixed a few bugs introduced with Beta 2 Version 3. Earlier versions have also been tested to compile successfully with the Personal Edition of Delphi 7 - if you would like to get into Delphi and make changes to NetTime, you might be able to still find a copy of Delphi 7 Personal Edition that you can download if you do enough searching.
Alternatively, you can try using the latest trial version of Delphi available from Embarcadero. The latest version has been tested with Delphi XE2 Professional: The current version includes an older version of the Internet Component Suite which is not compatible with Unicode versions of Delphi i.
When upgrading to the new version of the Internet Component Suite, you will need to change the reference to HttpProt in the uses clause of UpdateCheck.
If you discover any problems with this version or would like to make a suggestion, please contact me: NetTime, like most SNTP clients, will generally sync your system time to within milliseconds of the correct time - often within 10 milliseconds.
Asymmetric latency Network delay which takes longer one way than the other can also have an adverse impact on time accuracy. SNTP clients resync the system time at regular intervals - between these time syncs, the system will be allowed to run at its normal speed which may mean that it runs either fast or slow - gradually putting the system time out until the next sync takes place.
The speed at which the system time deviates from the correct time depends greatly on the system hardware and also to a certain extent what software is being run.
The vast majority of users should find that NetTime more than meets their needs, however if you have specific requirements for very accurate time, I recommend that you investigate installing a full NTP client. A full NTP client has extra features to ensure better time accuracy normally well below 10 milliseconds even between time syncs by adjusting the rate that the system clock runs at.
Graham characterized the Microsoft NTP client as being full featured, however, I strongly disagree with this - I would call the Windows SNTP client very basic - the user interface has only 2 features - allowing the SNTP server to be changed and a button to attempt an immediate sync.
The Microsoft SNTP client does have more features available, but they require manual editing of the system registry - something which most users are understandably reluctant to do.Difference between client and server time and WCF security.
Message security mechanism in WCF supports WS-SecurityConversation standard, which consists of establishing a session between client . You will most likely want to set the client to sync with a time server after this.
On Windows clients, just double click on the time and go to the Internet Time tab. Check the box and choose time. Background. When Client Time Zone is enabled, the client passes its time zone information (not the clock time) to the server. The server obtains the client's time zone information (GMT, daylight saving, and so on) and compares it with its own time zone information.
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The sample is a single-page web application (SPA) that demonstrates how to use the library.