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CentOS / Redhat Linux: Install OpenNTPD To Synchronize The Local Clock

OpenNTPD is a Unix system daemon implementing the Network Time Protocol to synchronize the local clock of a computer system with remote NTP servers. How do I install OpenNTPD under CentOS / RHEL / Fedora Linux instead of default NTPD client / server?
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HowTo: Verify My NTP Working Or Not

I've setup an NTP (Network Time Protocol) client and/or server to manage the system clock over a network. But, how do I verify that it is working correctly?
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MS Internet Information Services (IIS) is a set of Internet-based services such as NTP, FTP, HTTP/HTTPS, SMPT, NNTP etc. It is the world's second most used web server (number one is Apache Web server).

You need to use IIS 6.0 Manager for Windows XP. With IIS 6.0 Manager for Windows XP, administrators can remotely manage an IIS 6.0 server from a Windows XP Professional desktop computer system.

According to Microsoft documentation, "With IIS 6.0 Manager for Windows XP, administrators can remotely manage an IIS 6.0 server from a Windows XP Professional workstation. This tool only installs a snap-in for Microsoft Management Console and its associated DLLs and documentation; it does not install the complete IIS 6.0 server on your local computer"

You can download (3.7 MB) Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 Manager for Windows XP from Microsoft web site.