PresenTense Time Client - Advantages at a glance
|•||Accurate and reliable ( microsecond accuracy, runs as a service ) |
|•||Easy to install and maintain ( most users up and running in less than a minute ) |
|•||Versatile ( able to connect to almost any NTP or SNTP time server ) |
|•||Low total cost of ownership ( support included meaning no yearly support fees ) |
|•||Supports Free Run to keep your clock correct even when a time server is not available|
PresenTense Time Client is a network time client for Windows NT / 2000 / XP. It synchronizes your PC system clock to a network time server. The features of PresenTense include :
Time sources of all major protocol families are supported :
1. SNTP/NTP (RFC 2030)
2. Free Plug-In ( NTP 3 & 4 ) (RFC 1305)
3. Network Time UDP (RFC 868)
4. Network Time TCP (RFC 868)
An automatic fail-over mechanism switches the time client to a redundant time server if the primary time server becomes unavailable.
PresenTense can notify you by email if the time server becomes unavailable ( SMTP only) .
The RAM footprint of PresenTense is approximately 100 Kilobytes. This makes PresenTense unobtrusive and
versatile. It operates with minimum impact on other applications.
PresenTense operates as an NT service - invisibly in the background. Configuration changes are made
via the PresenTense Manager (PTM) applet in the system control panel.
PresenTense features advanced configuration options, including the ability to evaluate the accuracy of server
time stamps to within milliseconds.
Initial setup and later configuration via the control panel require administrator privileges. This minimizes
the risk of tampering with system parameters by unauthorized users.
|•||Remote Monitoring and Administration|
PresenTense 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.
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