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It needs to sync directly to NTP servers and not the hardware clock of the machine it's on whether it's a virtual machine or a physical server.

So that means *don't* set VMware Tools to sync time for the guest.

Like most MSPs we've been doing a lot of virtualization in the past couple years.

We kept bumping up against a simple problem that resulted in frustration and wasted time, where the new Windows Domain controller (usually a Windows 2012 server), running as a VM guest, would insist that the time was something other than the correct time.

If it's a Domain Member, then it will sync to the previously configured and updated Domain Controller(s), and the time will be correct.

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