Version 3.14 - Current Stable Version: Previous versions as well as the source code can be downloaded from the Source Forge project page Note: When upgrading from a previous version, you will need to shut down both the Net Time Service as well as the Tray Icon before running the installer.

If you uninstall the old version first, you will need to restart your computer before starting the new installer.

Net Time is failing to sync - it reports that all servers failed: The most common cause of this error is that a firewall is blocking the Network Time Protocol (UDP Port 123) between your system and the servers that Net Time is attempting to use.

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Earlier versions have also been tested to compile successfully with the Personal Edition of Delphi 7 - if you would like to get into Delphi and make changes to Net Time, you might be able to still find a copy of Delphi 7 Personal Edition that you can download if you do enough searching.

Alternatively, you can try using the latest trial version of Delphi available from Embarcadero.

If you want to preconfigure settings that are different to the defaults, they are stored in the registry under: HKLM\Software\Subjective Software\Net Time On 64 bit systems, the above location is remapped to: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Subjective Software\Net Time Version 3.20 Alpha 3: Despite the amount of work that has gone into this updated version, most of the credit for it still lies with Graham Mainwaring.

The latest version of Net Time was compiled and tested with Borland Delphi 7 Professional.

If you're not using Net Time as a time server, disabling the Windows Time Service is optional, but there shouldn't be any harm in disabling it to save a bit of RAM.

You can quickly install the client by running the above installer with either the /silent or /verysilent command line switches.

(32 bit and 64 bit operating systems are both supported) If you're looking for a program to keep your system time accurate, you've just found it!

Its main attributes are: Net Time was originally written by Graham Mainwaring in 1997 with an open source release made in 1998.

If you have temporarily disabled all firewalls that you know of and continue to have this problem, then it's almost certainly a firewall that you aren't aware of.