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From: keithp at (Keith Pachulski)
Subject: Windows Time Synchronization - Best Practices

google is your friend

-----Original Message-----
From: Bernardo Santos Wernesback []
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 1:39 PM
To: Richard Stevens;
Subject: RES: [Full-Disclosure] Windows Time Synchronization - Best Practices

If you felt this was off topic then why didn't you simply ignore the message and trash it instead of wasting your precious time to criticize.
I am sorry for the way this sounds but everything would be much better if people just tried to help one another instead of arguing if something should have been posted elsewhere.


De: Richard Stevens [] 
Enviada em: ter?a-feira, 19 de outubro de 2004 14:22
Para: Bernardo Santos Wernesback;
Assunto: RE: [Full-Disclosure] Windows Time Synchronization - Best Practices

Why FD? What is the direct security implications of this?
I'm sure someone can construct a rather tenuous link, but really....

-----Original Message-----
From: []On Behalf Of Bernardo Santos Wernesback
Sent: 19 October 2004 16:05
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Windows Time Synchronization - Best Practices

Hello everyone,
I was wondering if anyone has or could point me to some sort of paper describing best-practices related to time synchronization and the configuration of daylight savings.
Basically my problem is deciding if I should or shouldn't use Windows' option to autoconfigure daylight savings but I'd like to see recommendations from known companies.
I am also open to suggestions from the Full-disclosure community but my recommendations have to be justified to my boss ;)
Thanks for any pointers!
See ya,
Bernardo Santos Wernesback

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