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On a Windows Server 2003 computer that is a VMware Guest system, you may find that the system time is incorrect.
Windows Time Service (w32time) may not work normally in a VMware Guest system. This occurs due to the design of VMware virtual machine.
To work around this issue, please contact VMWare for further assistance. You may refer to the article in the More Information section of this article.
For more information, please refer to the following VMware document. The article ID is 1318.
VMware Time Sync and Windows Time Service
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