Based on this post, I tried disabling Time Synchronization in VMM but though it seemed to save it never did.
For us, hyper-v servers were part of a domain so the guest AD server was setting the time for the hyper-v hosts and they were setting it for all the guests. So we were in a bit of a loop. More research led me to Ben Armstrong’s post and his answer to Question #6 got me going.
On the primary Active Directory server (If it’s a hyper-v Guest) add this registry setting
Now you just set the NTP server as normal on that AD server and now it’ll stick.
Then to send to each server if you don’t want to wait.
That should do it.
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