NetTime has quickly become a very popular alternative time and synchronization tool for many Windows based computers. NetTime can be used as an Internet time provider, or even as a Way Out of Internet Time (WOTS) by replacing the regular windows time server with a remote NTP time server. NetTime can synchronize time via an NTP network, which can be either a dedicated server or a public domain server. NetTime is free to download and use.
NetTime is an accurate and easy-to-use web-based time adjustment client for Win32, delivering a simple and reliable server and client for both SNTP and HTTP. Its main claim to popularity is its small footprint, making it ideal for any Windows-based environment. NetTime can also be used as a WAN time server, easily connecting to an existing SNTP server. This allows for automatic time adjustments based on Internet time.
For large organizations, NetTime offers excellent value for money. It is highly scalable, making it a cost-effective solution for large time servers and in the case of high bandwidth usage, it can easily be scaled up to handle peak loads. In the case of Windows, NetTime can be integrated into the windows platform itself, greatly simplifying the process of configuring and deploying. NetTime also provides a number of flexible options and features including support for URL rewriting, support for multiple protocol conversions, multiple sign-in methods, multiple time zones, as well as support for daylight Saving Time.