PresenTense Time Client is a network time client for all versions of Windows. It synchronizes your PC system clock to a network time server or local GPS. Supports e-mail and SysLog alarms, redundancy and and can be centrally managed by LanTime Analyzer. Supports NTP4 and Free Run as required by NENA. Keeps your computer clock accurate within microseconds. PresenTense Time Client will impress you as it’s easy to configure but has an impressive range of options you can configure. Installation and auto-configuration takes about 30 seconds. Optional tray icon can be activated and will show the status of the service. Moving the mouse over the tray icon will display the last log entry. New: All time clients on your network can be centrally configured via DHCP. Set or change the configuration options in your DHCP server and all your time clients will be modified. Automatic disabling of the win32 time client. For mobile devices, a locally connected GPS can be used to set the time. Email alarm action now supports all SMTP AUTH. PresenTense Time Client is trusted worldwide and installed on hundreds of thousands of government, military, 911 call center and corporate computers. The low cost of ownership (support and upgrades within the major version number included free) makes PresenTense Time Client a natural choice. PresenTense Time Client is synonymous with accuracy, reliability and value for money.
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PresenTense Time Server is a high performance Windows time server supporting NTP and SNTP protocols. PresenTense Time Server will synchronize your PC to a primary time source such as an atomic clock on the internet or an inhouse GPS reciever and offer time services to clients on your LAN or WAN. Most leading GPS and Radio hardware clocks are supported via the serial/USB port. Supports Free Run so that you maintain accurate time even if your internet connection goes down or your reference clock fails. Algorithmic filters achieve extreme accuracy. Installation automatically configures default time servers so in most cases, you have an operational time time server after the install is complete. Email and SysLog notification if an error condition should arise. Fallback to an internet based time server if local GPS hardware fails. Robust COM port error handling, including USB disconnect recovery which occurs on many virtual COM ports shipped with GPS’s. Configurable update of CMOS / BIOS clock to avoid time drifts which can occur when you reboot modern motherboards.