|Applies To||Affected Versions: All Versions|
|Resolution||By default the Aveksa sourced appliance uses the rdate command to synchronize the time on the system. Also by default ACM attempts to connect to a public time service - however most sites block both rdate and access to public time servers. To change the time synchronization method use the following:|
To use rdate ask the client what their internal time server is and enter it in the UI.
You should test it (as root) from the command line
If the rdate command does not work, you can try using the ntpdate command with this syntax (use the same host as above and also do it as root)
ntpdate -s <host>
ntpdate -s -u <host>
If ntpdate works you can create / modify the updatetime script in /etc/cron.daily to sync the time on the appliance. The script consists of the line you used to get the time from the server.
Also see KB-1409 - System Clock Time Synchronization with a Corporate Time Server for similar information on time synchronization