Time Sync for Domains, Take 2

The recommendation for this has changed over the years from Microsoft. Originally the wisdom was to disable the time sync on DCs and let them figure it out, then the idea was to enable time sync partially, and finally enable time sync entirely. These changes have come with the major revision changes, and since we're now into the 2019 release cycle, it makes sense for it to change again. This time, it appears that they've gone toward the same standard that VMWare has preached, which is setting the hosts as a valid time source and to enable the time sync guest service. If you're running your domain controllers on a Hyper-V host, and those hosts are part of a domain, that is as simple as setting a group policy under…
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