Dillobits' SNTP Service is a full-featured Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) synchronization application for 32-bit versions of Windows, including XP, Vista, and Server 2008. It can maintain network time synchronization and services for a single Windows PC or a large network from the Administrator's desktop. It includes complete SNTP client/server capabilities and offers many extras for advanced users, such as support for multiple time severs, built-in Denial Of Service attack resistance, and advanced logging.
SNTP Service's main interface is a small and efficient control panel applet that gives the administrator the ability to remotely configure, update, monitor, and troubleshoot SNTP client/server components over enterprise-capacity networks. The program uses a series of pop-up tabbed dialogs for various functions and settings, an efficient design that carries over in its speedy functionality. We selected a computer to manage (local or remote) as well as a SNTP server and a few parameters, clicked OK, and SNTP Service more or less instantaneously synchronized our system. We like that you can use it to track software license compliance throughout the network, lessening the need for expensive third-party tools just to do that one job. For that reason alone, SNTP Service may be worth its modest cost.
SNTP Service is free to try for 30 days and costs $49.95. The developer claims compatibility with 64-bit Windows versions, but when we tried to install it in a 64-bit edition of Windows 7, a pop-up indicated that TF was incompatible with 64-bit Windows operating systems. SNTP Service is well worth a look for compatible systems, though.