can it reach the MS server from the switch ok ping it fine , set an extended ping to it if so ? set the time locally on the switch and the NTP will sync quicker too, if possible a reload may sync it straight away in some cases
it says its getting time from NTP server , did it reach it before ? or is this an updated Ip of server
The reason why NTP won't/never work is because the NTP "source" is a Windows-based system. MS' "NTP" is not based on standards but their own interpretation. MS boxes can sync NTP with anyone else but not the other way around.
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