Why does YATS32 fail to run as a server or listen for SNTP time broadcasts under Windows XP/Vista?
This occurs because, under the Windows XP, the Windows Time service ties up port 123. You can avoid this problem by using the Computer Management console to stop the Windows Time service, and then setting its startup type to ‘Disabled’. This will not have any detrimental effect on your system unless your system is a member of a server cluster.
- Does MediaPortal run on Windows Vista (pre Service Pack 1) , Windows Server 2003 , Windows Server 2008 or Windows XP/Vista with Beta Service Pack versions?
- Why does YATS32 fail to run as a server or listen for SNTP time broadcasts under Windows XP/Vista?
- Can Blue Link run with a Windows XP machine acting as the server?