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event 50 is generated on your machine

Postby guest » Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:58 pm

If you are using an external time source, then network latency may be the
reason of the issue. Also, it's possible that some applications in your
environment change system time.

1. Please set the PDC as the time source instead of an external time source
and let's test the issue again. Please follow KB 816042 to configure the
windows time service to use PDC as the time source:

2. Also, please apply the hotfix from below article if you are using an
external time source:

3. If you have configured the PDC as your time source and the issue still
occurs, then please enable the debug logging for Windows Time Services. To
do so, please follow the steps in KB 816043 How to turn on debug logging in
the Windows Time Service
http://support.microsoft.com/default.as ... -us;816043

4. There might be some application that is causing the problem. To identify
this, please enable auditing on the server. To do so, please foolow this how to: How to Enable file auditing - http://www.howtonetworking.com/Windows/enableaudit.htm

Another way to check this is as below:

1. Stop all Java applications/Processes. You can view/kill this using Task
Manager. Some processes that are Java include: Java.exe, Javaw.exe,
2. Please run the command: w32tm /resync /computer:<local DC Name> /nowait
to force a good sync
3. Please run the command w32tm /stripchart /computer:<Local DC Name>
/period:15 >> c:\stripchart-NoJava.txt
4. Wait for 2-3hour
5. Examine the stripchartdc.txt and verify that time drift does not exceed
a couple seconds
6. Once the stripchart has run for 2-3 hour. Save the StripChart.txt file

Then to verify that the Java Applications are or are not causing the issue
do the following:

1. Use w32tm /resync /computer:<local DC Name> /nowait to force a good sync
2. Use w32tm /stripchart /computer:<Local DC Name> /period:15
3. Start the Java application(s)
4. let this run for 2-3 hour
5. check the stripchart-Java.txt and verify the time drift.

I have included below article for your reference:
http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsSe ... e2-4c82-b3
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