This extension adds a time synchronization feature to AnyFileBackup making AnyFileBackup responsible for synchronising computer's clock with a time server (also known as 'Atomic Clock Server'). This extensions requires an internet connection because it uses SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) protocol.
A name and address of a time server that is used for time synchronization. A list of time servers is stored in 'TimeSync.dat' file located in the extension folder (by default 'C:Program Files (x86)AnyFileBackupPROExtensionsTime Sync'). Its content can be updated manually with any text editor (not provided).
If enabled, the extension will be active and will automatically synchronize computer time and date with the selected time server at specified time intervals.
A time interval in hours (full hours without decile) which defines how often AnyFileBackup will synchronize computer time with the selected time server.
If enabled, the extension will ignore any hour and date difference (for example, when Windows does not support Daylight time or does it incorrectly) and will synchronize minutes and seconds only.
If disabled, the extension will synchronize computer time as usual: hours, minutes, seconds.
Complete this section if a socks proxy is used to access the internet.
Press this button to manually initiate an immediate time synchronization overriding the current time adjustment schedule.
Some firewalls and routers block SNTP protocol by default. In that case they must be configured as follows: