Jonny Lindholm wrote:
> On 7/6/05, Simon Dick <simond at irrelevant dot org> wrote:
>>Try reading the very bottom of the page too:
>>"Now, about the NTP server... Rest assured that if msntp didn't have
>>problems with Windows XP clients, there would have been a nice little
>>NTP server configuration page in the webGUI, or at least a checkbox on
>>the general setup page (with default to off of course), since pb15. But
>>I don't like stuff that works only half of the time, so that's why it
>>hasn't happened yet."
> I use AboutTime on my XP clients for time synchronization. I don't
> think there would be any troubles if a NTP server was included in
To my mind, it makes no sense to require users (not always the brightest
bunch) to install third-party software to support a "feature" of an
appliance they need have no knowledge of in the first place.
If there is no easy way (right now) to add NTP support in a way that
works for (mostly) everyone then I'd agree with leaving it out.