You can define your desired NTP servers using the environment variable as shown below:

You’ll need to use the following environment variables:

Variable name: SF_NTP_SERVERS

Variable value: ntp1.server.com,ntp2.server.com,ntp3.server.com
(separated by ; or ,)

Once you’ve made these changes, restart the desktop app.

You can define the variable as a user variable or a system variable. A user variable will only apply to a single user’s login, so you should use a system variable if you want to apply it to all users on that PC.

Note: Please note that our app uses well-known and commonly accessible NTP servers to counter issues with incorrect local time. If the custom NTPs you’ve defined are incorrect/problematic and/or the end user’s local time is incorrect at any point, this can affect the time recorded during such instances.

For questions, comments, or feedback regarding this topic, send an email to support2@timedoctor.com.

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