Time Server / Client Remote Management
PresenTense 98/95/ME Time Client
PresenTense98 is a network time client for Windows 95 / 98 / ME. It synchronizes your PC system clock to a network
time server. Although it will work with any standard NTP, SNTP, TCP or UDP time server, best results are achieved when the network time server is PresenTense Time Server.
The features of PresenTense98 include :
Multi Protocol Support
Time sources of all major protocol families are supported :
2. Network Time UDP
3. Network Time TCP
The idle time RAM footprint of PresenTense98 is approximately 100 kilobytes. This makes PresenTense98 unobtrusive and versatile. It operates with minimum impact on other applications.
Windows 95/98 System Service
PresenTense98 operates as an Windows 95/98 system service, invisibly in the background, similar to Windows NT system services. Specifically, this means that PresenTense98 launches before user log-on and survives user log-off.
Configuration changes are made via the PresenTense98 Manager (PTM) applet.
An automatic fail-over mechanism switches to a redundant time server if the primary time server becomes unavailable.
Email Alarm Action
PresenTense can notify you by email if the time source becomes unavailable ( SMTP only) .
PresenTense98 features advanced configuration options, including the ability to evaluate the accuracy of server
time stamps to within milliseconds.
Remote Monitoring and Administration
PresenTense98 clients may be administered fully by remote and monitored over the network to ensure accurate
time keeping. Please check www.bytefusion.com for availability of monitoring software.
Advanced Statistical Filters
Advanced statistical filters ensure that erroneous measurements are discarded, thus avoiding erratic system clock behavior.
Time Zone Specific Reference Clock Selection
PresenTense98 automatically selects the most suitable primary reference clock server, based on your time zone configuration.
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