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"Time server" page

The main purpose of the Time server page is to define the server Chronograph uses for synchronization.

At the present moment, the program can use one of the 12 NIST Atomic Clock servers. Their addresses are shown in the NIST server address combo-box. Below you can see the server location.

Ever since the release of version 1.8, Chronograph is able to work as a time server, so you can easily synchronize your clock to any computer in your LAN. Just check the Start local time server on this computer box to enable this mode on the machine you want to synchronize to. Then use Synchronize to switch on all your client computers to force them to connect to the Local server. You will also have to enter the IP address of the server into the Local server address box on the clients.