r5 - 2005-05-10 - 22:59:22 - SteveKosteckeYou are here: NTP >  Support Web > ConfiguringNTP > ConfiguringNTPDev
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Are you using Autokey in production? If so, please contact Harlan - he's got some questions for you.
This topic should contain more information about configuring NTP.

There is a little more information in StartingNTP.


ConfiguringNTP is very poorly structured. It does not guide the user through how to create a configuration file; instead is just a jumble of tips. I have started working on a new version as Sandbox.ConfiguringNTP .

We should also provide some good sample configuration files as attachments to that topic or a suitable child topic.

-- SteveKostecke - 04 Feb 2005

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