At the core of SBS2000 is the Windows 2000 Serevr platform. Inherent in this is the tighter security and related to security is accurate time synchronisation. SBS 2000 can have it’s time clock synchronised with one of the many Internet time server (NTP servers) which will prevent it from excessive variations. You need to ensure that your time zone settings on each workstation are also correct. If not then you will have problems with scheduled meetings within Outlook if people within a company have different time zone settings. To setup your SBS network correctly follow this procedure.
SBS 2000 Server
ISA first needs to be configured to allow SBS to talk to the NTP servers on the internet.
1. Start the SBS Administrator Console
2. Drill down into the ISA Server node in the tree (called Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000)
3. Expand the Servers and Arrays node
4. Expand the actual server itself