Built-in Network Time Server (Windows)
The Microsoft Windows built-in network time server synchronizes your PC's clock with the University's time servers (timeserver1.upenn.edu, timeserver2.upenn.edu, timeserver3.upenn.edu) to allow you to operate in a Kerberized environment.
The Microsoft Windows built-in network time server is included with the Windows 7 and Windows Vista operating systems.
To configure the Microsoft Windows built-in network time server, refer to the document entitled Synchronizing Your Computer's Clock with Penn's Network Time Server in Windows, located on the PennKey web site.
Primary computing support is usually located in the schools, units, and residences, close to the faculty, staff, and students being served. Contact lists are available for:
To look up your local support provider, select your University affiliation above. You also may call First Call at 215-573-4778 to request a referral if you are not sure who to contact.
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